Tag Archives: PowerApps

STOP USING INFOPATH

InfoPath is a really, really old technology.  Why are a lot of companies still using it?  I’ve teamed up with Rob Bogue and Mark Rackley, for this informal “Stop using InfoPath” campaign. Microsoft killed InfoPath, wow, it’s been about 7 years ago now?  A lot of still companies are still crunching along with thousands of InfoPath forms, just waiting… for…

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PowerApps as a Front End

There are two different ways that you can create PowerApps canvas apps.  There are customized SharePoint list forms, and there are standalone PowerApps.  I always prefer standalone, and I wrote a post that is a full comparison between the two types, PowerApps Standalone App Versus Customized List Form.  Whenever I’m talking about the fact that I prefer standalone over customized

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Flow Virtual Summit 7/10-7/11

Flow can be used to trigger automation from within a PowerApp. In this session, learn the ins and outs of Flow used with PowerApps. Trigger a Flow from a button, and even allow the Flow to respond back to the PowerApp. There are also many types of automation that can be done directly from PowerApps without the need for Flow. You will learn how to determine when and where a Flow is needed, and all of the steps to set the systems up to talk to each other.

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