Splitting data into multiple tables for security purposes and still providing a nice UX to work with business records on a single form. You can achieve both goals with Dataverse and Model-driven Power Apps!
Managing end user access to Model-driven apps isn’t as straightforward as with Canvas apps. Here’s how the list of Power Apps actually works and what the “share” feature does & doesn’t do for Model-driven app.
Power Platform Center of Excellence Starter Kit can now run inside a Microsoft Teams based environment. How can all those features fit in there?
Could low-code platforms like MS Power Platform democratize app development the same way Web 2.0 did it for social content creation and sharing? Here’s a collection of thoughts around how using less code may impact the business applications ecosystem.
Will the common low-code programming language turn business app customization from GUI based tasks to a jungle of formulas, or will we just gain new powers?
Using the new geospatial controls in Canvas apps to combine Azure Maps features with customer address data from Dataverse.
How to make fields from a related table editable on a Power Apps Model-driven app form with the new “forms within forms” PCF control. This second part shows how to go beyond Quick View Forms and create a seamless data entry experience.
How to improve the user experience of Power Apps forms that reference data from multiple related tables in Microsoft Dataverse. In the first part we’ll explore the use of Quick View Forms together with Main Form Dialogs.
Here are the three most important topics that shaped the world of Power Platform and Dynamics 365 in the year 2020.
Dataverse instead of CDS, tables instead of entities, Customer Insights instead of… Customer Insights. Don’t get too attached to any particular name in the Power Platform and BizApps world, as the only constant here is change.