User-defined functions in Power Apps to achieve the code reusability for the app's best performance and maintaining code in a central location. Here is the step by step approach to achieving in Power Apps using Toggle control.
With AI Builder's prebuilt models you don't need to gather data, train and publish your own models. All you need is to know what they are and how to use them. In this article you'll get an overview of the components available in PowerApps and Microsoft Flow.
There's no need to setup Azure Cognitive Services, just take advantage of the locode Power Platform and instantly recognize text language, detect sentiment of a message, get key phrases out of a document and much more.
In this article I will show you how to create a re-usable calculator control component in PowerApps. We will use buttons and text label controls to create a responsive calculator as a custom component with low code no code.
In this article I will show you how to shoot a video in PowerApps. I will pass the data collected in a collection from a Camera control and a Microphone control from the canvas app to an Azure Storage blob via Flow. I will then use those to reference to an external API and finally create the video.
This blog post is part of a series called AMFTF (a message from the field) containing short blog posts about a best practice, a functionality, a how-to and/or something just worth writing a blog post about Todays topic is about using a "Single line of text" column type instead of a "Lookup" column type in SharePoint Online.
I am the Owner/Principal Architect at Don't Pa..Panic Consulting. I've been working in the information technology industry for over 30 years, and have played key roles in several enterprise SharePoint architectural design review, Intranet deployment, application development, and migration projects. I've been a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) 12 consecutive years and am also a Microsoft Certified SharePoint Masters (MCSM) since 2013.
I'm Tim Leung - a PowerApps builder. In addition to PowerApps, my main interests include building software with SQL Server and Microsoft .NET. I'm the author of 'Beginning PowerApps' - the first published book on PowerApps. You can buy this from Amazon and other leading bookstores.
My name is Timothy Shaw and I create digital solutions using the Power Platform, Office 365, and Azure SQL and handle the IT for a small company in the energy sector. When not building the future :), I enjoy playing guitar, good (or really bad!) sci-fi, Xbox therapy, and hanging with my wife and son. Twitter: @ShortForTim