This course is designed for you to start your Power Platform journey here, with us. In this course our expert instructors bring you through all of the platform basics to help you gain an understanding of the capabilities. From there you will learn more details about each pillar of the platform, and each of the app types. The Power Platform is a great opportunity for anyone to learn to build apps, and we want to help you get started.
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In this first module we will introduce you to the Power Platform and its moving parts. You'll learn about the types of apps and automation available and view a demo of a full stack solution using the Power Platform.
In this module you will begin your journey to becoming a maker in the Power Platform. You will see the different admin centers and learn what types of actions you should be completing in each of them. And then there's a short quiz.
Microsoft Dataverse is a relational database that you can use as a data source for your Power Apps. It really is much more than just a database, but let’s start there. Dataverse grew from Microsoft’s CRM product, it became casually known as xRM, then CDS (Common Data Service) and now it is named Microsoft Dataverse.
Model-driven apps have been part of Microsoft for more than a decade. These apps evolved from Dynamics CRM and are what the Power Platform was first built on. The idea of a model-driven app is that you know you have data, it’s relational data, and you need an effective way to surface that to your users. Model-driven apps come with loads of features and automation out of the box, and they come with a quick and easy way to compose an app from the components you’ve made.
Canvas apps are Power Apps that allow you to build pixel-perfect apps connected to hundreds of potential data sources.
This is your half-way point! We've got an assignment for you. And a reward.
Power Apps portals are another way to expose data to users, these users are often external stakeholders.
What are Portals? Brief intro to Power Apps portals and what and why portals are used in business applications.
Demo on how to provision a Power Apps portal.
How to portal pages are created
Demo on editing content and creating Power Apps portals pages.
How to work with Dataverse information on a Power Apps portal.
Demo on how to create a List and Form component on a Power Apps portal.
How to provide access to a portal.
Demonstration on adding portal users to a portal and how they relate to Dataverse contacts.
Overview on how portal content is protected.
Demo on how portal content and Dataverse data is protected.
Power Apps portals Scavenger Hunt