Microsoft PowerApps, Microsoft Flow & Common Data Model related sessions at Ignite 2016
Here is a quick reference to the list of sessions at Ignite 2016 related to PowerApps, Flow & the Common Data Model. Enjoy!!!
- Review business application platform roadmap, strategy and packaging
- Dive into PowerApps, building apps that mean business without writing code
- Dive into Microsoft Flow, create automated workflows between your favorite apps and services
- Dive into the Microsoft Common Data Model
- Build business apps for Office 365 – InfoPath, PowerApps, Flow and more
- Build business applications with Power Apps, Microsoft Flow, and Office 365
- Convert InfoPath/Designer workflow processes to PowerApps
- Frank Weigel
- Kees Hertogh
Hear about our vision of business application platform innovation with PowerApps, PowerBI, Microsoft Flow and the Azure cloud platform. Get a deeper understanding of our strategy, roadmap and packaging for the upcoming general availability of these programs.
- Darshan Desai
Building business applications is never easy. There are always conflicting priorities between IT and business and most apps don’t merit the time and cost of traditional software development. PowerApps is an enterprise application platform for delivering line-of-business apps without writing code. It fundamentally transforms and accelerates how organizations provide employees seamless access to business apps and information. PowerApps now features built-in support for the common data model, enhanced connectivity, support for more devices and integrations with other Microsoft business offerings.
- Stephen Siciliano
Today’s employees spend countless hours simply transferring information from one place to another or sifting through data to find a needed detail. Microsoft Flow is a service for business users to work smarter by automating workflow across the apps and SaaS services that are used every day. Hear how you can use Microsoft Flow to accelerate and automate your business so employees spend less time on mundane, repetitive tasks, and more time on the most important work at hand.
- Arif Kureshy
The Microsoft Common Data model (CDM) is the Azure-based storage mechanism for the Microsoft business application platform. The most intuitive use case for the CDM is to provide an easy to use relational database for PowerApps. App Creators can use the CDM to model their data and easily share apps created on that data. CDM aims to provide much more than storage, it also provides definitions for common business entities as well as integration capabilities for importing data from multiple sources. With data sourced across the enterprise, businesses can drive insights and actions using PowerApps.
- Chris McNulty
- Kerem Yuceturk
No-code and low-code applications have been essential tools in Microsoft SharePoint for a long time, but we’ve added many other new tools to your palette. We review the roadmap and best practices for InfoPath, SharePoint Designer, Access Web Apps, Flow, PowerApps and more.
- James Oleinik
- Merwan Hade
PowerApps and Flow are services for building and using custom business apps that connect to your data and work across the web and mobile – without the time and expense of custom software development. This session demonstrates how to build custom business applications, describes the vision behind PowerApps and Flow, and features key scenarios.
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Microsoft PowerApps and Microsoft Flow represent new patterns for developing business applications in Microsoft SharePoint. If you’ve been using tools like InfoPath, SharePoint Designer or Access Web Apps, this is the session for you. We walk through how to reimagine and extend these older patterns into the new PowerApps and Flow toolsets.