Power Apps Mastery: Unleashing the Power of the With Function
Power Fx enables PowerApps developers to build efficient and robust business apps with an arsenal of handy functions. The With function is used to simplify complex formulas by assigning a name to an expression or value, allowing for reuse elsewhere in the same formula. This can enhance readability and maintainability and prevent PowerApps from recalculating named values multiple times, leading to performance improvements in some cases.
💡To get started, let's explore how the Power Fx With function can be utilized. Below are some examples that showcase its adaptability.
Title: Enhancing Client Engagement with PowerApps: From Memphis to Clients Cities, Drive Ease and Gas Expense Rating (Use Case)
Introduction In a world where data-driven decisions are critical, visualizing information is a powerful communication tool. Leveraging Canvas PowerApps, I demo a mechanism to assess the "drive ease" from Memphis, TN (an Example) to various clients' cities. It's not only about distance; this application also rates the price expense based on the distance, visually representing it through dynamic color changes. Let's dive into the specifics!
In today's data-driven world, ensuring clean and accurate data is paramount. With PowerFx, you can take data validation to the next level in PowerApps Applications using the Regex Expressions in combination with functions like CountIf, IsMatch, Split, and Not. What's even cooler? This code is user-interactive, allowing your users to spot and correct data errors effortlessly without the need for any Variable or Collection This can be combined with multiple text inputs with a sum function to check for each.
To better manage date difference numbers in PowerApps you sometimes want to display the difference in the number of days, weeks, months etc, This blog post presents a simple method of doing this PowerApps
In the fast-paced world of today, it's important that data handling is done well. By automating things that you do often, you can get a lot more done. Putting together Microsoft Excel, Power Automate, and Microsoft Forms is a useful way to collect and organize data. In this piece, we'll look at how Power Automate and Microsoft Forms can be used to add a row in Excel.
With the addition of AI to PowerPoint, there are new tools like Presenter Coach, which uses machine learning techniques to give you real-time feedback on your speaking speed, filler words, and other things. This helps not only to improve speaking skills but also to tell a more interesting story. Also, the Design Ideas function, which was made possible by the addition of AI, offers personalized design ideas that make your slides look better without you having to know a lot about design.
There are many ways to bulk update a Dataverse table with relationship columns. This blog specifically outlines the steps for achieving this using Dynamics, which I think is the most scalable and mature.
Are you looking for an easy way to turn raw data from Microsoft Forms into into SharePoint Lists?
Find out how in our next blog post, where we'll show you how to use Microsoft Power Automate in a creative way.
You can easily make quizzes, polls, and surveys with Microsoft Forms, and SharePoint Lists is a safe and flexible way to handle this data. By combining these tools with Microsoft Power Automate, a cloud-based service, you can automate workflows across multiple applications without having a developer.
Learn about SuperApps and their benefits for enhancing user experiences and improving efficiency in this article. Discover the Canvas App Hub Suite Demo Solution's best practices for building your own SuperApp with the Power Platform.
When using Forms connected to SharePoint, there are different workarounds to Filter or limit the selectable Choices on a People Picker control. One of the workarounds involves building a custom People Picker with a Combo Box control and setting the Items property with the Office365 user connector. Another workaround involves limiting the selectable people in the Combo Box control using a SharePoint security group.
Another workaround, which I have not seen documented online, has been detailed below for reference.
@RezaDorrani & @mdevaney have created wonderful step-by-step tutorials on building a multi select checkboxes in a Power Form for a SharePoint list. A question I have seen on Forums and comments sections for both methods, is how to replicate this functionality for Dataverse.
Power Pages is built on top of Dataverse and all configurations made in the design Studio are stored as records/rows in Dataverse. Components used in Power Pages such as Lists and Forms connect to Dataverse forms and views.
In this article, let's look at how Power Pages connects to Dataverse and its integration with Azure.
The most important part of starting Power Platform Adoption is setting up proper Governance to make yourself feel secured and organized. But Power Platform Governance is really BIG and you can feel overwhelmed while starting it. This consolidated checklist will help you to understand the required tasks, plan accordingly and make sure that you are not missing anything.