A Hands-on Guide to PowerApps & The Power Platform


Learn a Low Code – No Code Platform with the Power Platform Series

What you will learn

Learn to design a blueprint of an App

Leverage Microsoft Power Platform

Provision Lists in SharePoint to store and retrieve data in real time

Create Apps using PowerApps in Microsoft Power Platform

Description

In this course, we are going to dive deep into PowerApps and the Power Platform by creating our very own full-fledged application that can be used in College Projects and Resumes. We are going to discover Microsoft’s Power Platform by creating industry-grade apps on it while using minimal code.

We are going to create a Leave Approval app from scratch which is going to capture leave requests by employees and then forward them to the HR and Manager for approval and their comments. The employees can add, edit, and track the status of their leaves.

No prior programming experience is required. But you need to ensure that you have a device with a stable internet connection and running any modern web browser. No additional software installation is required.

At the end of this course, you will be able to:

· Get the basics and application of a No Code Low Code Platform

· Utilize SharePoint lists as a database

· Create blueprints and designs for apps

· Get an in-depth hands-on with PowerApps


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Inside PowerApps, you will be able to:

· Create Forms to get data from the user and modify existing data

· Create Galleries to show data to the user

· Use Collections to increase the robustness of the app

· Fill data dynamically for the user based on the user’s login

· Validate data entered by the user

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Content

Introduction

Why PowerApps
Who is this course designed for?
Prerequisites
How to get maximum output
What we are going to cover
Getting Started with Udemy & its controls

Getting a PowerApps Subscription

PowerApps Developer Plan
Microsoft 365 Developer Program
Microsoft 365 E3 and E5 licensing

Blueprint of Leave Approval App

Why Blueprint
Components of App Screen
Designing Lists and Columns
Why SharePoint?
Provisioning a SharePoint list for data

Before Starting with PowerApps

Saving an App
Sharing an App
Publishing an App
Playing an App
Restoring an App to a Previous Version
Help

A walkthrough of PowerApps

PowerApps Studio Walkthrough
App Settings

Taking User Input with Forms

Getting Started with Forms
Repositioning Data Cards in Form
Resizing the Data Cards
Customizing Data Cards
AutoFill Data Cards in Forms
Using Drop-Down controls
Renaming Data Card Keys
Navigating Across Screens, Submitting and Resetting the Form

Working with Galleries

What is a Gallery
Adding a Gallery to Screen
Sorting a Gallery
Searching through the Gallery
Adding controls to the Gallery

Collections & StartScreen

Introduction to Collections
Dynamic Gallery Items based on logged in user
Check value(s) stored in Collections & Variables
Set up Start Screen for the App
Validation: Set up Start Screen for the App

Conditional Views based on logged-in user type

Disable Submit icon for HR and Manager
Validation: Disable Submit icon for HR and Manager
HR and Manager Comments and Approve Button Functionality
Validation: HR and Manager Comments and Approve Button Functionality

Some Other Functional Aspects

View Comments added by HR and/or Manager
Validation: View Comments added by HR and/or Manager
Configure Form height to be dynamic
Validation: Configure Form height to be dynamic
Change arrow color in Gallery for Approved and Rejected Leaves
Disable Submit Icon for Approved or Rejected Leaves
Use Notify Function to validate data entered by the User

Congratulations

Congratulations & Next Steps

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