The calendar suggests that today is Good News Day, so in this newsletter a handful of them for you. Most importantly, our conference is fast approaching and we’ll be meeting soon 👋 and for those who don’t have a ticket yet – a special promotion!
[Power Apps] It’s happening! A summary of news and developments in Power Apps from the past month: What’s new: Power Apps August 2022 Feature Update | Microsoft Power Apps
[Power Apps] A nice example of customising a Model-Driven application. You customize menu commands, pages (i.e. Canvas) and just a bit of custom functionality 😉 Cool demo showing what you can actually change in such applications: Extend modern commands with custom pages and geospatial mapping | Microsoft Power Apps
[Power Apps] Creator Kit came out just before the holidays. It is one of those solutions that is definitely worth knowing. If you haven’t met it yet, make up for it quickly. We recommend this video:
[Power Apps] Better late than never 🙂 Full support for Image/Image type columns from SharePoint lists is finally coming to Power Apps! Support for adding and updating (so far there was only display) should be implemented by the end of September. Link to roadmap: https://www.microsoft.com/pl-pl/microsoft-365/roadmap?filters=&searchterms=98119
[Viva] Second part of the demo of the new member of the Viva family – Viva Sales: https://d365goddess.com/viva-salespreview-part-2
This time the presentation focuses on integration with Microsoft Teams.
[Power Apps] Low-Code does not slow us down from holding on to good practice. And that is what this article is about. How do we audit and verify applications against these standards? Not only is it not difficult, it can be automated. How? By using the right apps of course 😉. We recommend reading: Power Apps Standards: Reviewing Canvas Apps – Matthew Devaney Of these solutions, the following is particularly useful of this: Power Apps Code Review Tool | Microsoft Power Apps.
[Dataverse] Readers of this newsletter don’t need to be persuaded of Dataverse’s possibilities 😉 but in case there were any doubts in your mind as to why this platform is worth exploring, we serve three: scalability, data security and integration options. You can read about them in longer form here: 3 Primary Reasons to Learn Dataverse | Microsoft Power Apps