This blog post is part of my Power Platform blog series. Maybe you’ve already heard about the Microsoft Power Platform (which consists three tools Power BI, PowerApps and Microsoft Flow) and now is the time to start testing it? The first questions that arise are: What do I need? Do I need to pay if […]

über What Do You Need To Play With The Power Platform? — workingondata

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Man möchte eigentlich meinen, in der Sommerzeit hat man mehr Zeit zum Lesen interessanter Beiträge. Bei mir ist es genau umgekehrt, da ich mich in dieser Jahreszeit gerne und viel an der frischen Luft bewege. Trotzdem habe ich mal wieder einige interessante Beiträge zusammen getragen. Ein bunter Reigen, der zeigt, was mich so alles interessiert…

Read and Write Excel files in real-time with R in SQL Server 2017

Power BI Regression Report

API:

https://www.programmableweb.com/news/bing-maps-time-zone-api-now-generally-available/brief/2018/08/15

https://www.programmableweb.com/news/how-to-access-any-restful-api-using-r-language/how-to/2017/07/21

https://www.programmableweb.com/api-university/api-developer-training

 

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Using Azure Functions in PowerApps

SQL table to HTML

 

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Microsoft Flow blog

Rapid Start cannot be found with the search function, also the Rapid Start Profile is missing. But the according pages are there: Config Templates Config Worksheet Config Packages The Config packages: There is a at least one demo config package containing most master data tables. So there is a standard way for backing up and […]

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