For October, the Vancouver Power Apps User Group has two often requested topics.
- How to get started (from bare metal) creating applications with Power Apps
- 3 ways to create Power Apps custom connectors
How to get started (from bare metal) creating applications with Power Apps
This may seem like a strange topic, a year into running this user group but with the incredible growth of Power Apps there is a lot of people looking to onboard and even for companies that have been using Power Apps for a while it is a common need to create “sand box” tenants for doing things like testing, using admin features you typically don’t have access to or in the most common scenario: Training.
This session will start from creating a new Office Tenant, creating new Users in bulk and where to find training to get your entire company up to speed.
3 ways to create Power Apps custom connectors
This presentation Power Apps MVP Danish Naglekar, will walk us through 3 ways to create your custom connectors. First will create a custom connector from scratch, second using Postman Collection and last will be using Open API file. For more information about this session please see his video on this topic: https://powerusers.microsoft.com/t5/Webinars-and-Video-Gallery/3-ways-to-create-custom-connectors/td-p/697400
When: Thursday, October 22, 2020
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM PDT
Every 4th Thursday of the month
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Danish is a full-stack developer, mostly working with D365 CE, Power Platform, Azure, AI, Machine Learning & IoT. He is passionate about technology and likes to learn new things as they are released. Most of his blogs are about his experiences in the technical space that he likes to share with the Dynamics community. He is a firm believer of open-source and community driven projects. He has created multiple open source projects; most renowned one is the “PCF Builder” an XrmToolbox plugin and VS Code extension to help speed the development of PCF controls.