Power Platform 2020 Wave 2 Release Plan – Power Apps portals edition!

Today the Power Platform Wave 2 Release plan was released and I am sure that there are a dozen blogs providing an overview of the various new features and directions of the Power Platform. …and this blog is another one of them. Let’s dive in. The release plans were pretty light on details around portals,… Continue reading Power Platform 2020 Wave 2 Release Plan – Power Apps portals edition!

Adding a Print Button to a Power Apps Portal Page

Sometimes you just need to print. Adding a print button to a Power Apps Portals page is pretty simple. In the portal studio on the page where you want to add the print button, open up the source code editor. This will open the source code editor where you can add your own HTML, CSS,… Continue reading Adding a Print Button to a Power Apps Portal Page

Convert a CER or P7B SSL certificate to a PFX (For Power Apps Portals or other projects)

The following post is a perfect example of a process that I don’t do very often and when I do, I keep forgetting how to do it. So today I am going to write it down so in the future, I can refer to this post. Maybe you will find it helpful as well. In… Continue reading Convert a CER or P7B SSL certificate to a PFX (For Power Apps Portals or other projects)

Embedding a Canvas App in a Power Apps Portal

The other day I was reading the Microsoft Docs site when I came across an entry on embedding Canvas Power Apps. It is well known that you can embed Canvas Power Apps in Power BI Dashboards, Model-Driven App forms and Microsoft Teams. The docs article also mentioned that you can embed Canvas-based Power Apps in… Continue reading Embedding a Canvas App in a Power Apps Portal

How to Provision a Dynamics 365 Portal the PowerApps Portal Way

A lot of folks with little to no experience with Dynamics 365 have been creating PowerApps Portals on vanilla CDS instances as a way to create externally PowerApps. What isn’t well known that PowerApps Portals evolved from Dynamics 365 Online Portals and before that, Adxstudio Portals. If you still want to deploy an actual Dynamics… Continue reading How to Provision a Dynamics 365 Portal the PowerApps Portal Way

How to Revert Back to a Blank PowerApps Portal

If you have been learning and experimenting with PowerApps Portals, eventually it might soon look like a Dog’s Breakfast. You may have added pages, links, lists, forms and you really would rather start over from scratch on fresh new portal. However, you can only provision one portal per CDS environment! Of course, one option would… Continue reading How to Revert Back to a Blank PowerApps Portal

PowerApps Portals: How to Hide or Show Content based on Logged in User

For those just starting out configuring PowerApps Portals, the question will eventually come up as to how to show or hide content based on the logged in user. For example, if you are showing a page with registration to a private event or showing user specific data like support cases or invoices.  You will want… Continue reading PowerApps Portals: How to Hide or Show Content based on Logged in User

Overview of the PowerApps Portals Management App

When you deploy a PowerApps Portal on your CDS environment, you will notice that a model-driven app called “Portal Management” is also created as part of the provisioning process. This app also appeared when you provisioned a Dynamics 365 Portal. With the new Portal maker experience, you can create web pages, entity lists, entity forms… Continue reading Overview of the PowerApps Portals Management App

Configure Azure AD B2C for PowerApps Portals

If you read the Microsoft documenation for PowerApps Portals (and you do read it, right?) it states that the preferred method for user authentication for the PowerApps Portals is Azure AD B2C (Business to Consumer). The big benefits is that it takes a lot of the administration of handling passwords and authentication out of the… Continue reading Configure Azure AD B2C for PowerApps Portals

PowerApps Portals Quick Start

PowerApps Portals is now in public preview! Please read the annoucement: https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/powerapps-portals-is-now-available-for-public-preview/ The true power of PowerApps Portals is to be able to surface and interact with CDS data. The following are some quick steps to surface some sample data to allow you to get started using PowerApps Portals. PowerApps Portals 10 minute Quick Start… Continue reading PowerApps Portals Quick Start