Posts Tagged ‘PowerApps’

How to Utilize PowerApps to Create Pop-Up Implementations

PowerApps provides different screen types for canvas app development, but a pop-up or dialog type of screen is not readily available. Pop-ups help show information or receive input from a user and help keep the user from navigating to another page. In this blog, I have provided the steps to create a pop-up screen and […]

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Leveraging Microsoft Power Apps as a Survey Tool

Working Smarter with Power Apps Microsoft Power Platform’s Power Apps solutions can function not only as great, low-effort applications to fit your business process needs, but also as a tool to aid in other development solutions. In this post, we’ll explore how our Microsoft Business Unit project team has harnessed the power of Power Apps […]

Applying Power Platform to the Healthcare Industry – Part 3: Creating the Front End With Power Apps

This mini-series is about using Power Platform to help streamline healthcare providers’ work and increase patient safety. Part 2 of this mini-series covered using Power Automate to extract lab result values from a response object and used them to check which entity conditions are true and send them to the Power App. Part 1 covered […]

Applying Power Platform to the Healthcare Industry – Part 2: Using Power Automate for Backend Logic

This mini series is about using Power Platform to help streamline the work of healthcare providers and increase patient safety. Part 1 of this mini series covered how to set up your database – creating entity tables to store the list of directions and the list of conditions, and relating the two tables with a […]

Applying Power Platform to the Healthcare Industry – Part 1: Setting Up Entities in Dataverse

This series is about using Power Platform to help streamline the work of healthcare providers and increase patient safety.  In this tutorial there will be 2 entity tables – one for storing all the directions and one for storing the condition sets that each direction will be pulled by. The key to joining these two tables […]

Applying Power Platform to the Healthcare Industry

The purpose of this miniseries is to build an app for healthcare providers to be able to view a patient’s lab results and immediately see a list of next steps or directions for patient care. To do this, we will build a Power App that takes in the patient’s name and displays that patient’s lab […]

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Permission-driven canvas app navigation component

The case for permission-based navigation Many app stakeholders want to lock down parts of their canvas apps so that certain screens are only accessible to a subset of application users. Configuration of these permissions can be achieved a variety of ways, including security roles, CDS data, or other logic based on the current user. If […]

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PowerApps Sharing in Bulk with Office 365 Groups

In many cases when you are deploying an enterprise application to production you are doing so with a large subset of users. Handling the manual additions of a single user over and over again to the application and security role is not only time-consuming but inefficient. As an alternative approach to this method, I recommend […]

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Power Platform Dataverse (CDS) Bulk Record Deletion

When you first start out in Dataverse it appears that there is no easy way to bulk-delete records unless you come from a dynamics background. If you are like me and usually have dataflow bringing in thousands of items at a time, this can become burdensome. Following the video (Link) & steps below you can […]

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Rocketing PowerApps Development Forward

The goal of pair programming or team coding is to efficiently develop & maintain a computer software. This type of componentized programming allows for multiple users to break up a large application into parts reducing workloads while maximizing team efficiency. One of the sticking points for PowerApps at the time of this blog post is […]

Store PowerApp Camera Photos in SharePoint or OneDrive

In order to capture a Photo taken from a PowerApp, we are going to take advantage of the Camera control to capture an image and pass that to a Flow which will save it to SharePoint on OneDrive. The process relies on the workflow expression Base64ToBinary() which we will call within the Flow to convert […]

Access Web Apps is Retiring | Switch to PowerApps Now

As the retirement of Access Web Apps (AWA) nears, now is the perfect time to switch to using PowerApps. AWA offers a simple export method for converting your data to SharePoint lists, and following the few steps below, you’ll be able to get a PowerApp running on that data in minutes.   Export Your Data […]

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