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If you work at a desk, then chances are you spend most of your time in Outlook, Teams, SharePoint, Word, Excel, or some combination thereof. If you want to build solutions that people will actually use, you need to deliver them to users without them needing to switch context. In this talk, we’ll look at how the SharePoint Framework can be used to extend all of the above products, on the desktop or online, or even on mobile applications.
Deep Dive on Power BI and SharePoint
Real-life business processes require the generation of documents like quotes, reports, contracts, emails and many more. Use dox42 to ignite the potential of SharePoint, the Power Platform and Dynamics 365 by automatically generating these documents with data from all your sources!
Power Apps SignalR: Get real-time communication in Power Apps with PCF
Managing Canvas Apps as Source Code
Power Apps Makeover
End to End Monitoring for a Successful Power BI Implementation
Extending Teams with Power Apps, Power Automate, and Power BI App Template Solutions
Building Power Platform Solutions using Microsoft Dataverse for Teams
Working with Documents in Power Apps
More and more Compliance Tools are working together with Microsoft Teams. In this session, you will learn more about the tools and use-cases to be compliant.
If you’re unsure how video interop works with Microsoft Teams, this session is for you.
This session will break down in detail how anyone using the column formatter can apply dynamic styles to columns, use conditional formatting, show image thumbnails, display progress bars, or even change the way the entire list view looks using the List View Formatter; all without having to write complex code or deploy custom solutions.
Walkthrough a migration project from start to things you need to think about once the migration is complete and your workloads reside in the cloud.
Expect real-world advice around a variety of topics: naming convention, external access, expiration policy, information protection and the creation process.
Virtual Eye is a vision technology that provides virtual sight to the visually impaired by recognizing people and the environment around using AI and AR capabilities of Azure. This session explores the technologies implemented along the Azure Kinect device to perform body tracking and image recognition in real-time, and translate this information in vocal instructions that describe the world around the user.
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