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SandyU
MVP

Main Menu screen.pngThis article walks through creating a "Quick Translator" app, which allows you to quickly translate commonly used words into the language of your choice, in both text and speech. It demonstrates use of the Microsoft Translator service connection, and each of its available methods.

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hpkeong
Community Champion
Community Champion

Continue from Part 2…

 

In the previous Chapter, I had shared on the basic coding for SAVE New data.

In this Final Chapter, let's concentrate on how can we UPDATE a single record using

- UpdateIf function based on CONDITION

 

Why use Toggle?

As I was responding to @OlaH’s question, and understand that using Toggle looks more gorgeous and App’s like looking, I also found that Toggle is very suitable for small screen, user-friendly and widely used in most of the Apps.

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AllisonCaldwell
Advocate I
Advocate I

Learn how to create full screen image pop-outs in PowerApps

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KC
Kudo Kingpin
Kudo Kingpin

Let's walk through the process of building a Line of Business (LOB) Mobile Application to allow employees to submit Long Term Parking Requests, using PowerApps and Microsoft Flow! The app is secured by our Company's O365 Account, we have email notification capability, and the data is easily accessed via SharePoint by Approved Personnel where it can be further processed as desired.​​

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suvidha1
New Member

The gateway is a bridge from your app to the on-premises or virtual machine where your data is stored. The gateway can be deployed centrally and you can connect to your on-premises data and manage it securely from PowerApps. In this blog, I’ll demonstrate how we can create a simple App in PowerApps which can connect to on-premises SQL database. The App is created to capture Leads information from the user’s phone and the submitted data is saved to SQL database which is on-premises.

 

This post is part one of two parts.

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suvidha1
New Member

The gateway is a bridge from your app to the on-premises or virtual machine where your data is stored. The gateway can be deployed centrally and you can connect to your on-premises data and manage it securely from PowerApps. In this blog, I’ll demonstrate how we can create a simple App in PowerApps which can connect to on-premises SQL database. The App is created to capture Leads information from the user’s phone and the submitted data is saved to SQL database which is on-premises.

 

This post is part two of two parts

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