Canvas apps, Power Platform, PowerApps

Canvas Apps from scratch and exploring the camera control

I have started to explore Canvas Apps and my findings from it is about to be documented in three different blog posts. In the first one I gave some suggestions on how to get started with Canvas Apps, written from the angle that you come from the model-driven world. In this second blog post we will take a look at some basics when creating a Canvas App from scratch, such as adding the different parts we need and type in some basic formulas. We will also make use of the camera control, how exciting!

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Canvas apps, Dynamics xRM, Power Platform, PowerApps

How to make it from Model-Driven Apps to Canvas Apps

For someone coming from the Dynamics CRM/xRM world, Model-Driven Apps are easy to grasp. It simply contains the same concepts that we are already familiar with, such as Sitemap, Dashboards, Forms, Views, Charts etc. Canvas Apps on the other hand, might be a bit overwhelming at a first glance. I cannot say I am fully there yet, all comfortable drawing canvases and adding formulas, but at least I have started my journey into this new and exciting world. Now that I have learned a bit about it, I thought I could write down some of my findings.

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CDS, Dynamics 365, Microsoft Flow, Power Platform

Cascade from parent to child the flow way

When working with Dynamics 365 CE and designing solutions, it happens from time to time that you want to cascade information from parent records to child records. One example could be to have the address of the contact updated when the address of the parent account is changed.

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AppSource, Dynamics 365, Package Deployer, Power Platform

Findings from publishing on AppSource

This is the third and last blog post in a series of three regarding the certification process that your product needs to go through before it becomes available on AppSource. In the first blog post I went through the overall process. In the second I described in detail how to create an AppSource package. In this third one I will tell you about the process from my perspective and summarize my findings.

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AppSource, Dynamics 365, Package Deployer, Power Platform

How to create an AppSource package

This is the second blog post of three regarding how to publish an app on AppSource. In my previous blog post I went through the overall process. In this one I will let you in on the details regarding creating the AppSource package and verifying parts of it by using the Package Deployer tool. The last blog post will summarize my findings from publishing on AppSource.

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CDS, Data Integration, Power Platform

Findings from exploring Data Integration in Power Platform

This is the third and last blog post in a series of three. In the first blog post I explained that you can access Data Integration from different user interfaces and overall how to get started and set up data integration projects from within the Power Apps Web Portal. In the second blog post I gave an example of how to set up a data integration project. In this blog post I will summarize my findings.

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CDS, Data Integration, Power Platform

Getting started with Data Integration in Power Platform

This is the second blog post in a series of three. In my previous blog post I described how you can access the data integration feature from different user interfaces. Either from one of the admin centers Power Apps Admin Center or Power Platform Admin Center. You can also go to the Power Apps Web Portal. In this blog post I will describe how to set up a data integration project from the Power Apps Web Portal.

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