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The course is outdated regarding user interface and especially the parts dealing with CDS (old version 1.0 in tutorial).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

 

 

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

 

PowerApps – Eine Einführung

Das neue Tool zum Erstellen von kleineren Anwendungen für Leute ohne große Programmiererfahrungen dürfte PowerApps sein, quasi Lightswitch für mobile Anwendungen. Hierzu gibt es eine interessante Einführung auf dieser Seite:

https://mva.microsoft.com/de-de/training-courses/eine-einfhrung-in-powerapps-16124?l=ReqnULvEC_2005192797

Ich habe mir die Videos angesehen und bin der Meinung, es ergeben sich dadurch durchaus interessante Möglichkeiten. Bin schon auf das angekündigte nächste Tutorial gespannt, wo dann gezeigt wird, wie man Konnektoren für eigene Datenquellen erstellen kann.