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Learn Microsoft PowerApps

By : Matthew Weston
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Learn Microsoft PowerApps

By: Matthew Weston

Overview of this book

Microsoft PowerApps provides a modern approach to building business applications for mobile, tablet, and browser. Learn Microsoft PowerApps will guide you in creating powerful and productive apps that will add value to your organization by helping you transform old and inefficient processes and workflows. Starting with an introduction to PowerApps, this book will help you set up and configure your first application. You’ll explore a variety of built-in templates and understand the key difference between types of applications such as canvas and model-driven apps, which are used to create apps for specific business scenarios. In addition to this, you’ll learn how to generate and integrate apps directly with SharePoint, and gain an understanding of PowerApps key components such as connectors and formulas. As you advance, you’ll be able to use various controls and data sources, including technologies such as GPS, and combine them to create an iterative app. Finally, the book will help you understand how PowerApps can use several Microsoft Power Automate and Azure functionalities to improve your applications. By the end of this PowerApps book, you’ll be ready to confidently develop lightweight business applications with minimal code.
Table of Contents (25 chapters)
Free Chapter
1
Section 1: Getting Started with PowerApps
6
Section 2: Developing Your PowerApp
11
Section 3: Extending the Capabilities of Your PowerApp
18
Section 4: Working with Model-Driven Apps
21
Section 5: Governing PowerApps

Chapter 13

  1. Microsoft Power Automate is built on another Microsoft technology. What is it?
    Azure Logic Apps
  2. What is the intended user audience for Microsoft Power Automate?
    Business users
  3. There are three types of trigger. What are they?
    Manual, automated, scheduled
  4. What trigger would I use to request data from PowerApps?
    PowerApps trigger
  5. What action would I use to return data from Power Automate to PowerApps?
    Respond to PowerApps
  6. True or false: Power Automate can integrate with third-party data sources, not just Microsoft.
    True