The Power Apps portals Field Guide is designed for Power Platform makers, functional consultants, technical consultants, solution architects and administrators. Each module is a deep dive into a specific aspect of Power Apps portals providing practical information and guidance. The modules do not need to be taken in sequential order, but allow learners to focus on the specific areas where they need to sharpen their skills and knowledge.
In this module, learn how to provision a Power Apps portal in your Dataverse environment.
An overview of the Power Apps portals Portal Studio. The Portal Studio is the maker tool for creating and configuring assets for your Power Apps portal.
Portal configuration and functionality is defined by a set of portal metadata that is stored in Dataverse. The portal metadata can be modified to configure a Power Apps portal. The Portal Management App is a model-driven Power App that is provisioned when creating a new portal. The Portal Management app is one of the tools that is used to add, update and configure a Power Apps portal.
This module provides information about each of the specific tools found in the Portals Admin Center how they are used to administer a Power Apps portal.
This unit will go through the process of updating the Power Apps portals solutions. The solutions are not automatically updated. The process is straightforward, but a good tip is to put the portal in maintenance mode before running the update.
Deep dive in using Entity Lists and Entity Forms to interact with Dataverse data on a Power Apps portal.
How to build interactive web forms on a Power Apps portal. Recommended Learners first take the Portals metadata and management app module.
This module drills down into the Liquid Markup language and how it can be used to extend the functionality of Power Apps portals content and data.
How to build custom web templates to extend the functionality of your Power Apps portals. Recommended learners complete the Liquid module before viewing this module.