Beginners guide to building Model-Driven Power Apps using Microsoft Dataverse from Rory Neary

Great introduction to the world of DataVerse & Model-Driven Apps. You can see this video here on my blog because I have rated this video with 5 stars in my Youtube video library. This video was automatically posted using PowerAutomate.

Cancel any approval in Power Automate from Tomasz Poszytek

Had already looked at the Aproval theme, which are stored in Dataverse, in the past. However, there were still too many unanswered questions for me and I had not been able to get the update via standard connectors. Here Tomasz shows how this can be solved -> this is also a trick on how toContinue reading “Cancel any approval in Power Automate from Tomasz Poszytek”

Group By in Power Apps Gallery with Large SharePoint Lists from Reza Dorrani

Great video of Reza. Here I mainly took the “trick” with the choice column. Thus, I can bypass the Distinct and GroupBy delegation problem. You can see this video here on my blog because I have rated this video with 5 stars in my Youtube video library. This video was automatically posted using PowerAutomate.

PowerApps Performance Boosting Tips from Paul O’Flaherty

This is one of the best videos I’ve seen about PowerApps Performance Boosting. Here you get a summary of many small rules in a short time, which will increase your app speed enormously. You can see this video here on my blog because I have rated this video with 5 stars in my Youtube videoContinue reading “PowerApps Performance Boosting Tips from Paul O’Flaherty”

Power Apps: Refresh Is Killing Your App Performance! Here’s an alternative method. from Paul O’Flaherty

Great demo start, how to refresh used data, which have been updated, best. In such a way that the performance of the app runs optimally. Above all, I found the idea with the UpdateContext exciting, but also that PowerApps query which are identical, only perform every 30 seconds and block all identical queries until then.Continue reading “Power Apps: Refresh Is Killing Your App Performance! Here’s an alternative method. from Paul O’Flaherty”

Power Apps UpdateIf – How to use and how to deal with it NOT being delegable from Shane Young

The good thing is that so far I did not have UpdateIf always ready in my memory. For “updating” datasets on resource level this will probably still not be in my memory. But for updating a collection this is quite helpful. ATTENTION small note: UpdateIf is NOT delegable. In addition, the monitoring is shown, whichContinue reading “Power Apps UpdateIf – How to use and how to deal with it NOT being delegable from Shane Young”

PowerApps Coalesce Function – Return non blank values from Shane Young

Coalesce replaces if(isblank()) and you only need to use this one for several checks and don’t need to nest it. You can see this video here on my blog because I have rated this video with 5 stars in my Youtube video library. This video was automatically posted using PowerAutomate.

PowerApps PDF Viewer SharePoint Document Library without flow from Reza Dorrani

A great video, which replaces all the cumbersome workarounds viia PowerAutomate. Here you learn how to simply “manipulate” data and thus directly view PDF fils in the PowerApp. You can see this video here on my blog because I have rated this video with 5 stars in my Youtube video library. This video was automaticallyContinue reading “PowerApps PDF Viewer SharePoint Document Library without flow from Reza Dorrani”

Power Apps Combo Box DefaultSelectedItems from Shane Young

A great summary of how to deal with DefaultSelectedItems in a ComboBox and how to set them using a table/lookup or a manuel-created record. You can see this video here on my blog because I have rated this video with 5 stars in my Youtube video library. This video was automatically posted using PowerAutomate.

Power Apps SharePoint List Security with Folders from Reza Dorrani

Above all, I have learned the permissions here. I also found the work-around exciting, how to get only the paths of the folders. Using the functions of a form “OnSuccess” / “OnFailed” … should really be used more often, as it allows greater flexibility. You can see this video here on my blog because IContinue reading “Power Apps SharePoint List Security with Folders from Reza Dorrani”