Accelerate development with the Catalog for Power Platform
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by Todd Baginski
9M ago
This video demonstrates how to accelerate development with the Catalog for Power Platform in both green field (creating a new app from scratch) and enhancement (taking an existing app and updating it) scenarios. In this video you will learn how to add Solutions to the Catalog and how to deploy them to Power Platform environments. You will also learn how to organize your Solutions and reusable components to enable quick app development and streamlined enhancements and maintenance. The post Accelerate development with the Catalog for Power Platform first appeared on Todd Baginski's Blog ..read more
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What is the Catalog for Power Platform?
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by Todd Baginski
9M ago
In this video you will learn the basics about the Catalog for Power Platform and how the Catalog for Power Platform accelerates development and promotes consistency by making it easy for makers to discover and reuse Power Platform components. After you watch this video, check out these other great videos about the Catalog for Power Platform and related concepts. Accelerate development with the Catalog for Power Platform Sharing PCF Components with the Catalog in Power Platform Power Platform ALM – Choose the Right Approach The post What is the Catalog for Power Platform? first appeared on ..read more
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Sharing PCF Components with the Catalog for Power Platform
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by Todd Baginski
9M ago
In this video you will learn how to share PCF Components with the Catalog for Power Platform and how the Catalog for Power Platform accelerates development and promotes consistency by making it easy for makers to discover and reuse Power Platform components. After you watch this video, check out these other great videos about the Catalog for Power Platform and related concepts. Accelerate development with the Catalog for Power Platform Power Platform ALM – Choose the Right Approach The post Sharing PCF Components with the Catalog for Power Platform first appeared on Todd Baginski's Blog ..read more
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How To Grow Your Community With The Power Platform
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by Todd Baginski
1y ago
Learn how to how to use the Power Platform to grow communities. You can use this same approach to grow any community. My example shows a boys youth lacrosse team. I also applied this same exact approach to the girl’s lacrosse team and the boys football team so far, and the cheer team is next. In the video I show how to create a flyer with a QR code that takes people to a Microsoft Form. When people submit the form, Power Automate Flows run and send emails with file attachments to them. This makes it easy to gather interest and distribute information quickly. The solution meets the following go ..read more
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Debugging Power Platform Build Tools for Azure DevOps
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by Todd Baginski
1y ago
This article describes the common errors associated with the Power Platform Build Tools for Azure DevOps, and how to fix them. Turn On Debugging To see the true error messages associated with a failed DevOps pipeline run, turn on debugging when you run a pipeline by clicking the Enable system diagnostics checkbox. When you click the checkbox, the following variables are set when the pipeline runs. When the pipeline runs, the debug messages appear in purple. For example, without system diagnostics turned on, you get a generic error message like this: When you turn on the system diagnostics ..read more
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Power Platform ALM – Part 2: Meet the Sample Solution!
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by Todd Baginski
1y ago
In this video I demonstrate the functionality and describe the architecture of the Sample Solution I use in the Power Platform ALM video series. The Sample Solution is designed to illustrate common patterns associated with Power Platform application development, and how it works with Application Lifecycle Management (ALM). The SAME Sample Solution is used throughout the entire video series to promote consistency and make it easy to compare ALM approaches. This video is the second in a multi part video series. The subsequent videos in this series will describe/demonstrate how to implement Power ..read more
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Power Platform ALM- Part 1: Choose the right approach!
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by Todd Baginski
1y ago
In this video I describe the various approaches you can take to implement Power Platform Application Lifecycle Management (ALM), the pros and cons of each approach, how the approaches compare, how to select the right one for your organization, and how you can get started on your own Power Platform ALM journey. The approaches discussed in this video series include: 1. Manual 2. Azure DevOps Pipelines 3. Power Platform pipelines 4. ALM Accelerator for Power Platform 5. Hybrid This video is the first in a multi part video series. The subsequent videos in this series will describe/demonstrate how ..read more
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Power Platform Connection References
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by Todd Baginski
1y ago
The Microsoft Connection Reference documentation makes it clear that only non-OAUTH connections Connection References may be used in Canvas apps. (see below). This made me wonder if more types of Connections would support Connection References in the future. For example, right now, you cannot use a Connection Reference for a SharePoint Connection directly from a Canvas Power App. But, you can invoke a Flow from a Canvas Power App, and in the Flow you can use a Connection Reference for the SharePoint Connection. With all the work I do with Power Platform ALM in Azure DevOps pipelines with sett ..read more
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Detect and Notify when Power Apps and Flows are Created
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by Todd Baginski
1y ago
In this video I demonstrate how to detect when new Power Apps and Flows are created in a Power Platform environment and send email notifications. This capability is included in the Power Platform CoE (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powe…), however the CoE uses a different set of technical components to implement the capability. Some organizations are not ready to install the CoE yet. This approach caters to those organizations. This solution demonstrates a way to implement the functionality that does not require installing the CoE. NOTE ABOUT THE MODULE DRIVEN APPS: To find the Model Driven ..read more
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Power Apps Twitter Word Cloud
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by Todd Baginski
1y ago
Here’s a fun little thing to do with Power Apps! Make a fun word cloud with Power Apps, the Twitter Search API, an Azure Function, and wordart.com. Big thanks goes out to my colleague Cloris Sun who created the Azure Function and Power App! Twitter API Search Endpoints: https://developer.twitter.com/en/docs…​ Twitter API 30 Day Pricing: https://developer.twitter.com/en/pric…​ Word Art Tool: https://wordart.com/ The post Power Apps Twitter Word Cloud first appeared on Todd Baginski's Blog ..read more
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