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Learning with Mr. Dang | Common Patterns

I am starting a blog series, which I've titled "Learning with Mr. Dang." In the beginning, I'll be walking through my methods for learning: what do I already know that I don't need to re-learn? What do I do when I don't know something? And as the name of this series suggests, over time, I will be writing about how I am exploring other capabilities in PowerApps so that you can learn at the same time as I am.

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Html email reporting with tabular data

Email reporting is a great way to export or share data from a PowerApp. With the native Office 365 Outlook connection, it’s easy to format an email with basic HTML to create nice looking email…

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Implementing Offline Capability In Your App

Read this blog to see an example of building basic offline capabilities in your PowerApps app. If your app users need to access some data or save some data even when they don't have the internet connection, you'll find this article helpful.

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Learn to Build Activity Feed Apps for SharePoint Lists Using Search Results

Paul Culmsee is a business strategist, Microsoft MVP, app maker, and all up technology enthusiast who is always willing to share professional experiences, best practices, and fun app stories! Today I'd like to highlight one of his latest blogs which he entitled "How to make a PowerApps activity feed via SharePoint search". This 3-part series of blogs truly showcase how we can combine the rich features and services in Office 365, SharePoint, Azure, and PowerApps to create highly practical and beautiful business applications for productivity and collaboration.

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Cognitive Services with PowerApps using Custom Connectors

This blog is an attempt to share an approach for PowerApps makers to use Azure Cognitive Services using a custom connector in PowerApps apps. We shall use Azure API Apps to wrap around the Computer Vision API & Face API in this app. We also have a function to upload files to a Blob storage location.

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