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Code notation

Hi, I am new to Powerapps, Its good to use the studio, but I am trying to incorporate little code. Can anyone tell me where can I get the reference, sample codes so I can learn to develop custom apps? 


Re: Code notation

Hi @Anonymous,


I will generally use microsofts own documentation on the syntax of the different commands.


Here is the link: 

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Re: Code notation

Great, but how do I find out what to use where?

For example, I am trying create an equipment loan app, where I am using an excel table to pick item from and a sharepoint "person or group" as data.

so the idea is matching the item in the row of the table, you select and move on to select yourself(from person) subsequently date-borrow and date-rtn.

Any clue how this should pan in the studio

Re: Code notation

Personally, I would have it all within a shareoint list rather than using a excel spreadsheet. Your collumns could be equipment name, Status (Either in or out),Time expected to be returned,Who is it with.


This way they will work together within one database, also, I am not sure how well powerapps will handle the excel spreadsheet tied with the sharepoint list.

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