The great joy about the Power Platform is the ability to build apps quickly. However, making great, high performant apps is an entirely different matter. As we continue my PL-400 exam blog series, find out more about the tools to support us in this objective.
‘Exception calling “AcquireToken with “4” argument(s)” Error with Add-PowerAppsAccount PowerShell Cmdlet
Missing the bleeding obvious can be a common occurrence in the world of IT sometimes. However, this can sometimes emerge from the best of intentions, such as when I was recently battling to get some Power Platform PowerShell modules working with PowerShell 7...
For years, saying "the canvas Power App formula language" has been a mainstay and umbrage for those working with the Power Platform. For reasons unrelated to this, we can rejoice as we can now use Microsoft Power Fx to describe this instead. Read on to find out more.
Canvas Power Apps are the second type of apps Power Platform developers must be aware of. They can negate the need to build bespoke apps using code by allowing us to construct highly customisable, task-driven applications. Find out more as we continue my series all about exam PL-400!
There's an important distinction to make between the two flavours of Power Apps available to us. Both have different feature sets and are built for specific usage scenarios. As we continue my series on exam PL-400, we now look at the first type of Power Apps - model-driven.
Exam PL-400 Revision Notes: Modelling Data using Tables, Columns & Relationships in Microsoft Dataverse
Understanding the Power Platform's various data modelling capabilities is essential if you plan to sit the PL-400 exam. In the next post in my series related to this exam, we'll explain the concepts of tables, columns and relationships within Microsoft Dataverse.
Do you ride the wave? As Microsoft Business Application specialists, we do this a lot, as we contend with two yearly release waves, with lots to consume and look forward to! For the first 2021 release wave, here are the top 5 things I suggest you look out for.
Have you checked out dataflows within Power Apps yet? They are worth considering if you've got complex data integration needs involving Microsoft Dataverse. However, as you work with them, you may encounter a similar issue I dealt with recently...
Extensibility is one of the main advantages of the Power Platform and an area that Microsoft expects you to understand when tackling exam PL-400. As such, it's the focus of this next post in my revision notes series, as we round off our discussion concerning the first exam area.