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How Microsoft Business Applications Group Drives Employee Training Using Dynamics 365 & Power PlatformBlog
How Microsoft Business Applications Group Drives Employee Training Using Dynamics 365 & Power Platform
We are pleased to announce a new preview feature that extends multi-entity experiences and provide the capability for a maker to add a related table main form as a component directly onto another table main form.
Embedding Power BI reports in model driven and Dynamics applications.
This year, we are commemorating Computer Science Education Week with a fun new week-long celebration that we’re calling the Hour of Low-Code. Computer Science Education Week (CSEdWeek) is an annual call to action to inspire K-12 students to learn computer science, advocate for equity in computer science education, and celebrate the contributions of students, teachers, and partners to the field. But we don’t ONLY want this to be for students–we want adults to get involved as well.
November 26th Vancouver Power Apps User Group: Exception Handling and integrating the Power Platform with Microsoft TeamsBlog
November brings us several exciting topics and two amazing community presenters for the Vancouver Power Apps User Group. Our presenters are Microsoft Technical Specialist Ali Sharifi covering the integration of the Power Platform into Microsoft Teams namely Power Automate, Dataverse and Power Virtual Agents Chatbots. Our second presenter Microsoft MVP and Power Apps Super User Krishna Vandana will be covering an advanced look at Power Apps Exception handling. When: November 26th 6:00PM PST Where: https://www.meetup.com/Vancouver-Power-Apps-User-Group
Dataverse Custom API has reached general availability status. Dataverse Custom API is a new code-first approach that provides developers a better way to create APIs in Dataverse to perform operations on the server.
The new search experience based on relevance search is now also available on mobile. Model driven apps now have a discoverable search, zero query results and suggested results as you start to type. Filtering capabilities on search results rounds out the new experience.
Microsoft Power Fx is the low code language for expressing logic across the Microsoft Power Platform. It is the same language that is at the heart of Microsoft Power Apps canvas apps today and is inspired by Microsoft Excel. It enables the full spectrum of development from no code to pro code with no cliffs in between, enabling diverse teams to work together and saving everyone time and money. We are very excited to bring it to more of the Power Platform and to share it with everyone as open source. Only through a strong user community can a language grow and flourish.
February 17th Power Apps Community Call: Building Responsive Applications, with Adaptive Cards, Approvals and moreBlog
This moths Power Apps Community call Todd Baginski will start the call with introductions and a quick recap on what it took to build responsive applications before these recent additions. Charles Sterling will introduce Layout containers and how with no or very little code you can get dramatically change your user experience and make your Power Apps respond to layout and size changes. Trainer, MVP and Super User, Reza Dorrani, will walk through one of the highest requested topics how to integrate Adaptive Cards with Power Apps in a responsive design. Crowd favorite, Technical expert and MVP, Tomasz Poszytek will take Adaptive Cards to the next level with Power Automate Approvals. The entire cast will then cover what’s new and exciting this month When: February 17th 8:00AM PST Where: https://aka.ms/powerappscall-join
Last year, we announced the public preview of Power Apps Ideas, which enables Power Apps makers to take advantage of Microsoft AI technologies that make it easy to write Power Fx formulas with no-code. In this article, we’re going to go behind the scenes to share what it took for the Power Apps engineering team to implement Power Apps Ideas and unveil some of the complexity that’s happening under the covers to support this user experience.
Today, we share a story of a 14 year old boy, Kazuki from Japan who empowers others through Power Apps.
We are excited to announce that you can now enable your functional portal as a progressive web app with native app like look & feel right from portal studio in low code-no code fashion in just few steps.
December 2021 Power Apps Community Call: Power Apps co-authoring features with Emma Cooper and creating Xbox games with Brian DangBlog
The December Power Apps community call brings us two presenters from the Power Apps product group and their favorite topics: Building Xbox games with Power Apps by Brian Dang and a look at a soon be released preview feature: Office-like collaborative comments in Power Apps by Emma Cooper!
The community has spoken, and the Top Entries have been chosen! The July 2021 Power Apps community call is your chance to see these Power Apps artisans show off their creations and discuss how they built these amazing samples!
All CMK organizations as of version: 9.2.21052.00103 can now support the use of the Dataverse file column (aka file data type) and Image column (Image Data Type)
On May 25th, we announced the public preview of the Power Platform Extension to VS Code. This helps organizations that continue to strive bridging the “collaboration” gap between with code-first developers and citizen developers. This public preview is available for developers on MacOS (Intel, and M1) and on Windows10.
The new Power Automate Pane offers improved integration between Power Automate and Power Apps canvas apps. Create, edit, and refresh flows directly inline with the canvas app authoring experience.
General Availability of Power Platform Tools for Visual Studio Code and February Refresh for Power Platform CLIBlog
Announcement of General Availability for the Power Platform Tools for Visual Studio Code
We’re proud to announce the preview of new modern Fluent UI controls for Power Apps. These controls enable makers to create apps which more closely align with modern Microsoft patterns and styles.
GitHub actions for Power Platform available in preview
As a project manager with Providence specializing in healthcare finance, Wyendie knows that sometimes all it takes to get started is a good idea—and a few colleagues willing to support it. While some companies are naturally poised to enact change quickly, others must take a bit more time. The detailed nature of finance and the complexity of healthcare means that change happens more slowly. But that also comes with the risk of being left behind. And Wyendie was determined to ensure that did happen at her company. But before she could transform her field, Wyendie first had to find a solution to a very old problem.
We see a champion as someone who has embraced low-code to create change and impact for their organization using Microsoft Power Platform. Below are representative examples of champions from diverse backgrounds, locations, skillsets, and stories. We hope these serve as inspiration in your own journey adopting low-code and Power Platform along with Microsoft 365, Dynamics 365 and Azure. Bookmark this page, aka.ms/PowerChamps, to stay updated on new champion stories. For a set of 80+ curated stories, you can visit our Microsoft Power Platform stories blog post.
If you live in Mexico or the United Kingdom you may have noticed that Canvas apps don’t quite get the international settings right. We have lacked a consistent map of languages and regions across the Studio, the web player, and the mobile players. With the release coming next week (v3.19032) we have fixed this. As … Continue reading “International region updates for Canvas apps”
Dependent drop downs, also known as “cascading drop downs” is the scenario where making one selection on a drop down filters the options available for selection on a following drop down. This is a common scenario across business forms in order to optimize the form filling out experience for the user. For example, filtering cities that … Continue reading “Configure easy dependent drop downs in PowerApps”
Partners In Health is a Boston based social justice and health care nonprofit that serves impoverished communities in 10 countries. By establishing long-term relationships with sister organizations based in settings of poverty, Partners In Health (PIH) strives to achieve two overarching goals: to bring the …