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Use Monitor to understand, debug and improve performance in your published app
Today, I’m excited to share with you one such example from Team Rubicon which helps communities with disaster recovery. Team Rubicon sits at the intersection of military veterans, technology, and medical professionals and first responders, leveraging the unique attributes of each, to help people prepare, recover, and respond during crises. Team Rubicon is using Power Apps and the Microsoft ecosystem to create elegant solutions which address some of their fundamental business challenges.
AI Builder prediction models now support a preview capability to predict a number. Now you can use AI builder intelligence to predict things like product ratings, price estimates, time to completion, and so on.
Power Platform Data Loss Prevention (DLP) policies now support following new features in Public Preview – Powerful Controls : Ability to block connectors in addition to existing ability to classify connectors as ‘Business’ or ‘Non-business’ Intuitive UX : Ability to configure DLP Policies using Power Platform Admin Center (PPAC) UX Strong Fundamentals : Ability to classify HTTP connectors using PPAC UX
Turbocharge your model-driven apps by transitioning from synchronous requests
This post describes how to manage Approvals in a Power Apps canvas app by leveraging a Custom connector that extends the capabilities of the Approvals connector.
If you’ve started building responsive canvas apps by crafting size and position formulas on your controls, we’ve added some properties that may help you simplify your responsive formulas for some common situations. The addition of these properties won’t change the default behavior of your canvas apps; they’re optional things you can choose to use if you … Continue reading “Use new screen properties for responsive canvas apps”
Beginning today, we’re starting a pilot program to send regular emails to notify makers like yourself about the usage of their top performing app. This will give regular insights into how an app is performing without having to actively look at its analytics. In this first email, we’ll let you know how many people used … Continue reading “Get updates about your app right in your inbox”
Today we have reached a key milestone, and we are happy to announce the general availability of Solution Checker. Since December, when the PowerApps team rolled out the Solution Checker feature into Public preview, we have seen a great uptake in usage with 100’s of customers installing the checker, inspecting their code, and fixing key performance … Continue reading “Announcing general availability of Solution Checker”
Do you want to help make PowerApps better and get gratuity for your time? Here is your chance! We are having 90 minute remote study session from 4/1 – 4/8 in which we will have you build an app from scratch. You will receive $120 for your time. If you are interested in making PowerApps … Continue reading “New User Research Opportunity”
For the last few months we have been rolling out new features for Canvas apps when connected to the Common Data Service for Apps: One-to-Many relationships Option sets Many-to-Many relationships Aggregate delegation We have been doing this work under an Experimental switch, off by default for all apps: Thank you for playing with these features and … Continue reading “New CDS capabilities for Canvas apps enter Preview”
Take your model-driven form authoring experience to the next level with the new model-driven form designer. It provides a modern, clean and productive interface for makers when authoring model-driven forms. A live WYSIWYG form preview…
February 25th the Vancouver Power Apps User Group will start with May Alhajri, a digital analyst at Schlumberger delivering the first presentation and how to enable writing to the underlying data of a Power BI report using Power Apps. The second presentation will be by myself and a look at an upcoming feature that will enable initiating a Power Automate Flow from a new button type in Power BI.
Power Apps mobile has a “new look” and its now available in public preview. We’ve introduced new experiences like a home page to access your commonly used content and gesture controls to easily favorite or shortcut an app to your home screen. When you update Power Apps from your app store, you can turn on the new look and give us feedback directly from the side menu. Check out this blog to learn more!
Bring in the new year with an amazing set of Power Apps community all stars: Brian Knighting showing how to get started with Power Apps Portals and creating anonymous access solutions with the Power Platform. Demo Extravaganza all-star Deepak Shrivastava demystifying how to use Azure API management with the Power Platform and monitoring and simplifying Power Apps debugging by Microsoft’s own Hazim SharafelDin
Whether you’re a software developer or someone who uses technology for their job, the way we work has fundamentally changed this year. Much of the workforce was spread out and working remotely. Serving customers became a challenge. Organizations needed to transform basic pen and paper processes, like paper timesheets submitted in the office and processed manually, and digitize them quickly with minimal business disruption.
Rules in canvas apps is a feature that let you record actions to be performed under a condition which you can write an expression for. The current implementation of the Rules feature will be phased out.
Preview announcement for Export to data lake service. The Export to data lake service enables continuous replication of Common Data Service entity data to Azure data lake which can then be used to run analytics such as Power BI reporting, ML, data warehousing or other downstream integration purposes. It simplifies the technical and administrative complexity of operationalizing entities for analytics and managing schema and data. Within a matter of minutes, customers will be able to link their Common Data Service environment to a data lake in their Azure subscription, select standard or customer entities and export it to data lake. Any data or metadata changes (initial and incremental) in the Common Data Service is automatically pushed to the Azure data lake without any additional actions.
Using form header in model-driven PowerApps and Dynamics 365.
In this example, we show how to leverage Azure Services, in this specific case Azure SignalR to enable real-time communication between PowerApps and Microsoft Dynamics 365 or any other system onPrem or Cloud based.
Fixing errors in a model driven Power App or Dynamics 365 is easier with direct navigation to an error from the notification bar.
Power Apps April updates are now available, adding new capabilities for our makers, a new converged mobile player and usability improvements for the unified interface.
This is a blog to share the future direction of Power Apps with Outlook
Sharing model-driven apps just got a whole lot easier! We’ve streamlined this into a single sharing panel so you can share your amazing apps with ease.
Use Test Studio to build end-to-end tests, and maintain your app quality by continually validating your app works as expected when new changes are deployed.