The Power Platform Environment Variables is yet another key component for enterprise-level application development best practice delivered with the need for no code to use. Let me run you through the History, why, use cases, and in the end, give u a step-by-step guide with a video demo on how to use the Power Platform … Continue reading Now it is time to be Curious about Power Platform Environment Variables!
At Microsoft Inspire 2020, Microsoft Partner focused conference, Microsoft introduced A low code / No code app building planform for Microsoft Teams build on top of Power Platforms Common Data service now named Microsoft Dataverse. What is Microsoft Dataverse for Teams? This post provides quick "up to speed" info found scattered around in various sources … Continue reading What is Microsoft Dataverse for Teams (for Teams and beyond)
API limit for Microsoft Dataverse (Common Data Service) Microsoft writes that the Microsoft Dataverse (Common Data Service) API limit help ensure service levels, availability, and quality. For me, this is regarding best practice architecture on how to use external APIs and good programming design…. let me explain. The first thing to acknowledge is that there … Continue reading What is API limit for Microsoft Dataverse (Common Data Service)?
Power Platform App Maker So, there is a new bunch of Microsoft Power Platform certification out and it is, therefore, time to either take the opportunity to learn or to prove that you know, the latest Power platform stuff. As always old certification will be deprecated and new will take their place …so… ready, set, … Continue reading Power Platform App Maker: Exam prep guide PL-100
Power Platform X "in a Day" Power Platform training is usually a one-day interactive workshop (now mostly held virtually, due to covid-19) where you learn how to create custom applications for your business without using a single line of code with the use of the Microsoft Business Application Platform components like Power Apps, Power Automate, … Continue reading Power Platform Hands-on Learning
Data Integration Architecture As Microsoft have accelerated its investment in Dynamics, Power Platform & Azure the latest years a lot of new integrations options are available. Below you find a quick developer guide on Common Data Service Agile Data Integration Tools and architecture with connectors from cloud to on-premises. Data Integration architecture for Microsoft Common … Continue reading Data Integration architecture for Microsoft Dataverse, Dynamics 365, and PowerApps
Powerapps Control Framework There is no better way to plan your tasks and projects than using Kanban boards if you ask me. A Kanban board is basically a visual representation of your project and your team’s overall progress . For many entrepreneurs, applying Kanban for task management is one of the most effective ways to … Continue reading Powerapps Control Framework – Turn Task list into Kanban Board
PowerApps Control Framework This Cool Power app Custom components (PCF) let you transform the Option set into an Icon list. “A picture is worth a thousand words” is an English language adage meaning that elaborate descriptions or ideas can be conveyed by a single simple image, which carries its meaning or essence more effectively than a … Continue reading PowerApps Control Framework – Turn Option set into an Icon list
Microsoft Power Platform Fundamentals So there is a new bunch of PowerApps certification out and it is, therefore, time either take the opportunity to learn or to prove that you know, the latest PowerApps stuff. As always old certification will be deprecated and new will take their place …so… ready, set, go. In this blog … Continue reading Exam prep guide PL-900: Microsoft Power Platform Fundamentals
PowerApps component framework Well Hello, PowerApps component framework (PCF), where have you been all my life. I just love your Modern web best practices optimized for performance with high Reusability. Have you also fallen in love with PCF's? if not yet then let me convince you by the power of example (Scroll down to see) … Continue reading PowerApps component framework (PCF)