If you work with building Power Apps portals, as you make updates to pages, assign users to Web Roles or make any other changes, you want to see these changes immediately on the portal. You are likely very much aware of the Portal studio Browse Website function or the Clear Cache button available in the… Continue reading Using the Power Apps portals WebAPI to Clear the Portal Cache
As part of a continuing effort to provide more Power Apps portals configuration functionality, Microsoft has recently added the ability to add web page permissions directly in the Portals Studio. You can read about the announcement here: https://powerapps.microsoft.com/blog/power-apps-portals-manage-page-permissions-from-portals-studio/ The process is really straight forward and doesn’t need a blog post to explain it. You simple… Continue reading Power Apps Portals – How to Show the Menu Link for a Restricted Page
A popular out-of-the-box feature of Power Apps portals that came from the original Adxstudio product is the ability to display a map on a web page based off of data from an entity list. In order to render the map, you need to configure an entity list to display the map and point data as… Continue reading Displaying a Customizable Map on a Power Apps portals Web Page
One of the features missing from Power Apps portals (Dynamics 365 Online Portals) since it became an exclusively cloud service is the ability to write a function to create, update, read or delete (CRUD) data in the Common Data Service. You can create and update data on a portal using Entity forms and Web forms,… Continue reading Test Driving the Power Apps Portals Web API
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!
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
In order to be successful with a career in technology, you must constantly be learning. This may involve reading, taking classes or watching videos. Not only about the Power Platform or Dynamics 365 but learning about other technology stacks and methods, and thinking about how to apply them to your projects. One week ago I… Continue reading Low-code method to surface data from the Common Data Service (Dynamics 365) on a public webpage. NOT using a Portal.
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)
The Power Platform Release plan 2020 wave 1 was released to the general public today and it has some pretty exciting announcements specifically for Power Apps Portals. This blog post is a lot of re-hashing the notes found in the Power Platform Release notes, I have added some extra comments and context that I hope… Continue reading Power Apps Portals 2020 Release Plan Wave 1: CRUD is coming!
Currently the only way to update records from a Power Apps Portals is to create or update data via an Entity Form, Web Form or a companion app. The companion app incurs a certain level of technical debt in terms of development of the app and management of where its hosted, such as an Azure… Continue reading Trigger Power Automate flows from Power Apps Portals