Some topics to consider when designing solutions for the Power Platform to try and maximise the chance of success.
My highlights from Microsoft Ignite 2021. Power Apps - co-authoring Finally Microsoft have announced a way that we can co-author a canvas app. This should mean that an app can have more than a single editor at a time. As an architect this has always been a limiting factor as a single person working on … Continue reading Power Platform Summary – Ignite 2021
The Microsoft Business Applications Summit is 'the' event to attend if you are in the Power Platform or Dynamics 365 circles. I'm going to highlight some of the super cool features and videos that I think are worth checking out. Governance & Management of the Power Platform The more organisations that I work with the … Continue reading Microsoft Business Applications Summit 2020 – My Highlights
When a Common Data Service Database is created it you then move into a Dynamics 365 Security model. This enables a complex and rich security model to be applied. For background, this article will be based on the following high level diagram below. Azure AD Azure AD is used in this scenario to manage access … Continue reading Common Data Service Security Naming Conventions
This page provides a list of URLs to help individuals get up and running with Power Apps and the Power Platform by putting together a list of helpful resources. This links can provide useful resources if you are using the Power Platform, getting started with the Power Platform or if you have a plan on … Continue reading Power Platform Resources
The CDS? But I've got SharePoint! Why the CDS is generally a better datasource than SharePoint for business applications .
How to create a model driven application in Power Apps by using the CDS.
Creation of a reusable navigation component for Power Apps.
PowerShell PnP automation to automate SharePoint tasks
Modern pages in SharePoint are pretty damn awesome. They are responsive, enable utilisation of multiple O365 services and empower the end user to create elegant interactive content. However, as modern pages are still relatively new in the world of SharePoint they aren't quite perfect and some advice on how to make the pages really 'pop' might help somebody reading this.