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Time Zones and Format Change Examples

I’ve submitted a Flow example to the PowerAutomate Cook Book demonstrating the previously discussed blog post on Time Zones and Formatting. The example displays multiple timezones from around the world and how to display them in an AM and PM format combining the FormatDateTime function with the AddHours and UTCNow. You can find this example […]

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Parallax Backgrounds on Canvas Apps

Have you ever wanted to created the illusion that your application is moving? Well parallax images have been around on the web and in applications for a long time and I wanted to experiment with this in PowerApps. This blog post will show you how to use parallax backgrounds with a six layer sample. What […]

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Continuous Scrolling Background with One Image on Canvas Apps

I’ve been learning PowerApps recently and I was inspired by @8bitclassroom and @ScottDurow with their awesome PowerApps games. I wanted to learn PowerApps by doing something similar, I decided to make a 2D scroller game. During this time I’ve been focussing on areas that can improve the look and feel of applications and in this […]

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Track Your Amazon Expenditure With Microsoft Flow (Stage 1)

If you’re like me and you now shop online more than you do in stores, ordering at just a click of a button and tracking your overall expenditure is constantly becoming harder. You can of course view each order on your account, but you do not get an overall view of your spend. This blog […]

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TDGi Global Hack 2019 – Dream Team

The TDGi Global Hack is now over, the Dream Team had a blast, I met and worked with some amazing people. This is a recap of our time, ideas and built solution!

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Understanding The Trigger: Outlook.com – When a New Email Arrives

When an email is received in your Outlook.com account, you may want to have some business logic run against this email, maybe you want to check if there is a response to a question or you want to log the money you have been spending at a certain […]

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Understanding The Trigger: When a HTTP request is received

When a HTTP request is received is a trigger that is responsive and can be found in the ‘built-in’ trigger category under the ‘Request’ section. This is a responsive trigger as it responds to an HTTP Request and thus does not trigger unless something […]

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Understanding The Trigger: Recurrence

Recurrence is a trigger can be found in the ‘built-in’ trigger category under the ‘Schedule’ section. The trigger is used for scheduling a flow to run over a frequency of seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks or months from a specified date and time.

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Understanding The Trigger: Manually Trigger a Flow

Manually Trigger a Flow is a trigger can be found in the ‘built-in’ trigger category under the ‘Flow Button for Mobile’ section. The trigger is used for manually triggering a Flow from a the Flow Mobile app. This places a circular button on the Flow app (shown below) that, when pressed, triggers the related flow.

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An Introduction to Copy & Paste in Power Automate (Microsoft Flow)

I’ve spent the weekend copying and pasting Flow actions here, there and everywhere! It was glorious! This blog post is for the new Copy & Paste feature (that’s currently in preview on Microsoft Flow), it goes into detail on what exactly you can do with it and how you do it! It also shows you […]

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