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 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”

Implementing Role Based Security in Power Apps from Reza Dorrani

A great overview, but also some interesting tricks about permissions. I was also recently faced with the problem of how to find out if someone is a member of a particular AD group without the AD connector. If I had known this little workaround before, I would have done it exactly the same way. (HaveContinue reading “Implementing Role Based Security in Power Apps from Reza Dorrani”

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 noteContinue reading “Power Apps Performance Optimization Tips from Reza Dorrani”

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. You can see thisContinue reading “Power Apps Export data to Excel with Flow – Collections to CSV file from Shane Young”

Create Responsive Power Apps from SharePoint list from Reza Dorrani

This is the easiest way to create a responsive app with PowerApps. The basis for this is the automatically creating app of data from Sharepoint. With small customizations, this app is ready for all Screensize. You can see this video here on my blog because I have rated this video with 5 stars in myContinue reading “Create Responsive Power Apps from SharePoint list from Reza Dorrani”

PowerApps Tracker App including Add row numbers to a gallery from Shane Young

With this formula you will save a lot of time and nerves. Because you can easily add the current row numbers to any collection (or via patch also data table). Watch this video. ForAll (XY, Collect (tempCollection, Last (FirstN( AddColumns ( DropColumns ( XY, row ), “row” , CountRows (tempCollection)+1), CountRows (tempCollection)+1)), ClearCollect(XY, tempCollection), ClearContinue reading “PowerApps Tracker App including Add row numbers to a gallery from Shane Young”

Power Apps Delegation workarounds – Count Rows, Max, Min, Blank & Date values from Reza Dorrani

Sharepoint delegation is a big topic when developing Canvas Apps. With these workarounds to Min & Max with the Sort function or the more important topic “How many items are in a list”. Reza Dorrani also has a great video series about delegations from PowerApps to Sharepoint. You can see this video here on myContinue reading “Power Apps Delegation workarounds – Count Rows, Max, Min, Blank & Date values from Reza Dorrani”

PowerApps SharePoint Delegation from Reza Dorrani

This series of videos is just fantastic. It helps to understand the delegation of PowerApps to SharePoint and Reza Dorrani gives good workarounds for different scenarios and data types. Here you will find an overview of ‘Power Apps delegable functions and operations for SharePoint‘.

Power Apps Community Plan: a free development environment

Source: copied from docs.microsoft.comIf you want to build skills and learn more about Power Apps, Power Automate, and the Microsoft Dataverse, the Power Apps Community Plan is the right plan for you. The Power Apps Community Plan gives you a free development environment for individual use, where you can: Learn to build business apps andContinue reading “Power Apps Community Plan: a free development environment”