Perhaps you want to try out the latest preview features for the Power Platform, or maybe you are preparing for a Microsoft certification exam or even just taking an in-person or online class. In each of these scenarios, you will want to have an actual environment to get your hands dirty. The question was asked… Continue reading Create a Power Platform Trial Environment for Learning
If you are like me, you have been creating a lot of environments for various projects, proof-of-concepts and experiments. Sooner or later you will hit an instance/capacity issue and will no longer be able to create new or convert to production environments in your Power Platform Tenant. The quickest way around this is to do… Continue reading How to Delete a PowerApps Environment
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
The Microsoft Power Platform Release Wave 2 Plan was released today and while it’s jammed packed with many new features that will be released in the coming months, one of the features that I am excited about is the arrival of PowerApp Portals. A highly requested feature from Microsoft was the ability to provide the… Continue reading PowerApp External Stakeholder Access? Introducing PowerApp Portals
The concept of the Power Platform is just over a year old. However, I find that there are still a lot of clients, consultants and even Microsoft employees that don’t fully grasp just what the Power Platform is and what it can do. Is the Power Platform just Dynamics 365? Isn’t PowerApps a front end… Continue reading What is the Power Platform?
How to replace a Dynamics 365 Dialog with an Embedded Canvas PowerApp.
Overview Sometimes a specific program, product or sub-brand of an organization may require a unique Portal. Provisioning and buying separate Portal subscriptions may potentially be overkill for the particular requirement. The following post describes a method where different branded sections of a portal can be configured using one Portal instance. Multi-Brand Portals I have been… Continue reading Building a Multi-Brand Dynamics 365 Portal