For app makers growing beyond the beginner-newbie stage, add on to your skills and make your apps more fun by accessing APIs for additional data. The basics are covered here, plus you can download and import a simple Solution to try it for yourself.
There will be 3 days of sessions in Spanish, Portuguese and English showing how Low-Code offerings from the Microsoft Power Platform is changing how businesses and industries are solving challenges with technology.
Have you ever want to grab a block of Excel data, paste it and display in Power Apps, then patch it to your data source as new records? The process involves a bit of user discipline grabbing the correct columns, but it works.
In this article, we’ll cover the basics of data structure for anyone brand new to Power Apps, and it doesn’t matter if you are using Sharepoint Lists, collections, Dataverse, SQL, or others – the same principles apply.
This blog is about how Dynamics 365 solutions show in-app notifications by leveraging the Solution Health Hub.
Solution Health Hub allows you to get a better picture of the state of your environment and detect issues with your Dynamics 365 environment. The Solution Health Hub runs rules within an instance to validate the environment's configuration, which might change over time through natural system operations. Some of the rules are specific to Customer Service, and you can run a rule set on demand when you have an issue.
In-app notifications in model-driven apps are shown to users as a notification or in the notification center. Notifications are directed to a specific user and can be sent through external systems, Power Automate, or from within the system. An app maker needs to opt in to this feature to make the notifications appear for users within the model-driven app. Learn more: Send in-app notifications within model-driven apps (preview) - Power Apps | Microsoft Docs Refer to this Microsoft documentation for more details on In-App notifications :
Solution Health Hub rule failures specific to a particular solution, indicate issues with the health of a particular solution. This may give rise to unexpected behavior of certain scenarios for the customers. These rules run on a certain cadence, but the results are not visible to the user, unless the customers visit the execution of the solution health rule run. This feature enables the users to see a notification about the failed rules and the notification also has a link that navigates to the run that shows the details of the failures.
Moreover, there is now a new solution health hub rule that parses the forms of the given entity and identifies the unhealthy customizations that impact the form load times. Once it identifies the issue, customers get an in-app notification with a recommendation to fix the observed issue for better performance. This in-app notification specifies the number of controls that can be optimized for a better performance.
Living in Canada, there is something I get asked frequently, how to localize the app to support multiple languages. I have seen many approaches that are elegant but complex, so I’ll just pile on and add my approach which I feel is straightforward and practical.
Bogged down with long If statement patch functions because a control might or might not contain information, you have a ComboBox with multiple selections or you need to patch a value based on another value?
For learning new technologies and observing new feature in Power Platform or Dynamics we need to have a trail environment to Play around. In this Blog I will explain you step by step guidance for creating trial instance.