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Looking back at 2019 – it was all about Community

The year is coming to an end and a new year with new possibilities is ahead of us. There will be new Release Waves to embrace and new Release Plans to dig into. There will be new challenges, i.e. new possibilities to grow as a professional and as a person. But before we jump into the next year with excitement for where it will take us, let us do a recap of this past year.

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Canvas apps, Custom Connectors, Data Integration, Embedded Canvas Apps, Microsoft Flow, Model-Driven Apps, Power Apps, Power Automate, Power Platform, PowerApps

Using embedded Canvas Apps to display external data in Model-Driven Apps

This is the second blog post in a series of two about embedded Canvas Apps. My previous blog post was all about the concept of embedded Canvas Apps. If you want to know the difference between Canvas Apps and Model-Driven Apps (both together being the building blocks of Power Apps) and find out when you can combine those and utilize an embedded Canvas App on a form in a Model-Driven App, go back to my previous blog post and you will find out more about that. In this blog post we will look at a specific use case and how to set that up.

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Canvas apps, CDS, Embedded Canvas Apps, Model-Driven Apps, Power Apps, Power Platform, PowerApps

Getting started with embedded Canvas Apps

Canvas Apps is one of the two building blocks of Power Apps, the second being Model-Driven Apps. I have written about both these concepts before and I have also mentioned that you can combine the two by embedding a Canvas App on a form in a Model-Driven App. This is the first blog post in a series of two. In this first blog post I will give examples of use cases for embedded Canvas Apps and in my next blog post I will go through the entire process of how to create an embedded Canvas App for one of these use cases.

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CDS, Flow, Microsoft Flow, Power Automate

How to make use of the response information from an HTTP request the Power Automate way

In my previous blog post I explained how to use Power Automate (previously known as Microsoft Flow) and set up an automated flow which triggers when an Account is created or a certain field is updated and then makes an HTTP request using OAuth 2.0 as authentication method and includes some data from the Account in the request. I also mentioned that you might want to do something with the response from the request, e.g. let the users know how it went. In this blog post I will let you in on an example of just that.

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