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Scrollable Areas in PowerApps

This video will walk you through how to create a new scrollable area with PowerApps on a new app screen and provide an easy to use scrollable list for a user. This is part of a series (videos can be found here) where we will be creating a lightweight application that’s driven by data from […]

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Getting Started with our PowerApp

This video will walk you through how to ‘Start the PowerApp’ by creating a Canvas PowerApp, the Landing Screen and navigating to a new Scrollable Screen that we will use in the next video. This is part of a series (videos can be found here) where we will be creating a lightweight application that’s driven […]

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How to get started designing a Canvas PowerApp with Microsoft Flow & Custom Connectors

This video will walk you through the initial design stages of a Canvas PowerApp and help you with the workflow design. This is to help you when first starting a Canvas App and will allow you to present your thoughts/ideas to customers easier while also providing you with some help finding blockers before they become […]

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PREVIEW: How To Create A Lightweight Custom Connector Data-Driven Canvas App

I was looking at some NHL results online and thought, how can I get the PowerPlatform to do this for me? Well, I’ve used a Custom Connector, Flow and PowerApps (Canvas) to create an application that uses a single information screen for ‘dynamic data’ that’s returned from the Flow/Custom Connector request, no CDS needed! 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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Official Microsoft Flow 2019 Conference

The Microsoft Flow 2019 Conference is well underway, I’ve decided to create an informational blog post to summarise the content of my presentation. Session Information Getting started with Microsoft Flow custom connectors This session is designed to get you started with creating your own custom connectors with Microsoft Flow. You will take a journey through […]

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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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Geo-Fence Your Customers!

This is a video about the Location trigger ‘When I Enter or Exit an Area’ hosted by @JonJLevesque. It will take us on a journey of building a Flow that pulls customer records from Dynamics/Social Media & News to help enable your sales person to walk in the door with all the information delivered to […]

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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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