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We’ve had a focus on Power Apps content this week at the Dynamic Consultants Group blog. First, we covered the difference between a model-driven and Canvas app. Then we wrote about some exciting new mixed-reality capabilities that will be available for public preview in May 2020.  Microsoft has invested time and effort into Power Apps, and we see the beginnings of what is possible with this platform. A few months ago, we showcased a custom Expense Tracker app,...

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If you’re looking into Microsoft Power Apps, you’re not alone. Thousands of businesses worldwide are turning to Power Apps to get applications into the hands of their users quickly. The benefit of Power Apps is the ability to easily deploy applications, with no prior coding experience required. Power Apps are built on top of the Microsoft Common Data Service platform. We cover this topic more in-depth in a recent blog post regarding the difference between...

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If you’re familiar with the Microsoft ecosystem, you may have heard of the terms PowerApp, model-driven app, and Canvas app. This article is to provide answers on differences between the two, and why you may want to use one over the other. An overview of PowerApps The goal of PowerApps is to reduce the complexity and difficulty of launching targeted business applications. Applications are built through the use of a graphical, drag-and-drop interface. Prior coding knowledge is not...

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If you frequently use Azure Logic Apps, Power Automate, or PowerApps, you are probably familiar with the abundance of connectors available. A connector is a proxy or a wrapper around an API that allows the underlying service to talk to different platforms. They provide a way for users to connect their accounts and leverage a set of pre-built actions and triggers to build apps and workflows. However, there may come a time where you want to call APIs, services, and systems...

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Last month, several new features were introduced into Microsoft’s Data Integration capabilities within PowerApps. This empowered users to connect, transform, and combine data from a range of sources and load it into the Common Data Service. From there, the data can be used to create apps, automate flows, and produce analytics. I am going to outline the improvements within data integration below. Here’s a list of everything that is new: – Data Integration is now...

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In my previous post I discussed the six admin centers that are currently managing environments and solutions. While the article covered the environment’s management, most of the feedback was around the new solution designer found at https://make.powerapps.com. This article will provide a deeper dive into the new solution designer. Just like a favorite Nintendo video game Mario Maker, the PowerApps Maker is a great way to create your own worlds or apps. This location has...

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It’s that time. Time for licensing updates, that is. PowerApps and Microsoft Flow are introducing new licensing plans that will go into effect on October 1st – less than one week away. We have rounded up the top questions that Microsoft partners and customers may have about the upcoming changes. First, let’s look at the new plans coming to PowerApps and Microsoft Flow.   PowerApps plans:  PowerApps per app plan: Allows individual users to run applications...

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Every organization faces constant pressure to do more with less. While technology is often key to operating more effectively and efficiently, we need to ensure we choose the right tools for our business processes. Recently, Microsoft released an exciting extension to Office 365, known as Microsoft Flow. Microsoft Flow is a cloud-based application that automates workflows across your favorite web-based services. This includes Microsoft applications such as Dynamics 365, SharePoint, Office 35r, Teams, OneDrive, etc....

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Last week, the exciting Dynamics 365 updates that are coming this Fall were discussed here. While the noted key investment areas were impressive, the Power Platform Release Wave 2 Plan may be hard to beat. Most users understand that the Power Platform is comprised of Power BI, PowerApps, and Microsoft Flow. As organizations explore the many features within this application, they will most likely conclude that their business can be digitally transformed with the help...

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