Developing Business Applications with Power Apps and Microsoft Flow

Short recap of the edX course Developing Business Applications with Power Apps and Microsoft Flow

The good:

The course was a great starting point for me. The video tutorials are short but nevertheless full of information. I also found the labs interesting and fun.

The bad:

The course is outdated regarding user interface and especially the parts dealing with CDS (old version 1.0 in tutorial).

 

 

PowerApps Training

What a great day at Microsoft Zürich, I was happy to attend the Train the Trainers PowerApps partner workshop:

Canvas app design vs. model driven:

And if you want to get started with PowerApps this great tutorial will help you a lot

https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/PowerApps-Community-Blog/PowerApps-Training-App-new-way-to-learn/ba-p/95794

 

 

Business Central-as-a-Framework — Mark Brummel Blog | Microsoft Dynamics NAV

Let’s recap on the blog posts from the last three days. Why C/Side deserves one more round. At least… Visual Studio Code is an awesome editor but due to the nature/legacy of Business Central and many ISV solutions it can be less productive when moving large monolitical solutions one-to-one. Solution is to break them up […]

über Business Central-as-a-Framework — Mark Brummel Blog | Microsoft Dynamics NAV

PowerApps and Flow – Learn from the experts

Great video and walk-through showing the capabilities of PowerApps together with Flow:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/maker/canvas-apps/help-desk-install?utm_source=twitter&utm_source=t.co&utm_medium=doc&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=2018_04_19

Another great article here shows how to generate pdf documents:

http://johnliu.net/blog/2017/10/generate-any-pdf-documents-from-html-with-flow