Category: PowerApps

4 Directions for Power Platform Business Growth
4 Directions for Power Platform Business Growth
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It’s now roughly one year since Microsoft launched the the Power Platform Business. It’s been extremely interesting in the past 12 months to watch how this new platform strategy starts to play out in the world outside Redmond, as the pieces of this grand puzzle begin to become visible here and there. Having worked in… READ MORE

Social Media Tagging in Power Apps
Social Media Tagging in Power Apps
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Social media tagging is everywhere – Microsoft Teams, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn – you name it! Having used tagging on all of these social networks (and more), I was wondering if we could have something similar in Power Apps. The idea was pretty simple – allow users to select other users when they type the @… READ MORE

PowerApps Portals – Overview
PowerApps Portals – Overview
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Engage with external customers and partners Give internal and external users secure access to your data either anonymously or through commercial authentication providers like LinkedIn, Microsoft, Facebook, and Google, or enterprise providers such as Azure AD B2C and Okta. Set authentication requirements, customize data for each user, and allow users to submit their information privately with… READ MORE

Get started Power Apps Game Tutorial — Part 2
Get started Power Apps Game Tutorial — Part 2
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In the Part I of this tutorial we built the core game cycle for a Power Apps game “Little Helper”. In this part we’ll improve it in the following areas: restrict the game session to 1 minute; introduce high score logic; improve elf visual by adding a state when they hold a presents box. In order to… READ MORE

Power Apps Game Tutorial — Part 1
Power Apps Game Tutorial — Part 1
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I love making games. I started programming back then because I wanted to create a game. Since then I’ve made a few — either myself or with the teams. Here today I want to show you how you may have some fun too with a “boring” business applications platform. Creating games is NOT the purpose… READ MORE