Power Apps Performance Optimization Tips from Reza Dorrani

A very good summary of BestPractices about Perfomance optimization of a PowerApp. These things are usually only “learned” when you have already implemented some apps and especially only when there are larger data sets and performance is important. Variables are a great help, but also OnAppStart in combination with Concurrent. It is important to note that if you want to perform multiple Concurrent functions one at a time, when queries reference each other. z.B. -> A category list is first queried and then a different list is asked for.

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How To Use Environment Variables from Daniel Christian

A good demonstration for which you can use the Environment Variable in PowerAutomate and PowerApps, among other things.

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Power Apps Custom Theme Generator with the COE from April Dunnam

Using COE (Center of Excellence), it is possible to create and share your own theme with the COE Theme Editor for PowerApps. This allows you to create simple business themes so that everyone has a consistent design.

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Top 25 Power Automate flow tips and tricks from Reza Dorrani

A great summary of Tips & Tricks in conjunction with PowerAutomate Flows. There are some nuggets, which certainly save some nerves and time.

Especially the trick of the compose to create the trigger condition saves you thinking.

This video is a must-have for all those who may be new to the powerautomate topic, but also to those who have been with us for a long time.

Topics:
– Add Comments
– Rename Actions
– Copy & Paste Actions
– Using Scope
– Variables vs. Compose
– Trigger Concitions
– Concurrency flow runs
– Format Text & numbers
– data operations
– error handling

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Working With Links In Power Automate Approvals from Daniel Christian

Oh, here Daniel shows how to pack indefinitely many links into an approval. Because the default connector only allows you to add a single value.

Here you will find more hints on how to use e.b. an approval more optimally. -> https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-automate/approvals-markdown-support

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Optical Character Recognition (OCR) in Power Platform and RPA from Tomasz Poszytek

A very instructive video on how to extract and process texts. But there is also an overview of the different methods and outputs of the processed texts. All this using OCR and AI Builder.

This video helps not only to understand these logics, but also to get to know and understand them.

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Power Apps SVG make your apps prettier and easier to use from Shane Young

Great demonstration on how to create beautiful animated “images” with SVG and a little code. I thought I would share this with you because maybe this is for one or the other. Personally I have an eye for it, but I’m more minimalist and the app has to work.

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Power Automate – How to use & reduce flow variables from Reza Dorrani

An exciting approach to how to bypass the many initializations of the variables at the beginning of the flow. Sure, this works a little bit to start with, but if this data only needs to be written once or you want to manipulate it with the tips shown here, then this will save a lot of scrolling at the beginning of the flow. Personally, I like to use the Compose as a variable, as long as it only has to be set at the beginning. Because I can pack them in a scope. However, it would also be possible to have all variables executed side by side.

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Power Automate Tutorial – Approvals + Adaptive Cards + Outlook = Awesome from Yash Agarwal

A great demonstration of how to create an Adaptive Card – but even more importantly, I find this in combination with an HTTP request. This makes it much easier and independent of who gives the response.

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Power Apps Export data to Excel with Flow – Collections to CSV file from Shane Young

Pass a collection of PowerApps to PowerAutomate, then write that data to a CSV table and create a CSV file. This could still be quite helpful in one case or another. For example, if we want to compile different data and prepare it for an export/import, this is a good way.

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