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Export Power BI data to CSV via Power Automate visual and upload to SharePoint

After PowerAutomate was added in PowerBI as a preview feature, it is finally available for general use. In this blog we are going to use this PowerAutomate visual to export PowerBI data into CSV and upload the CSV on Sharepoint. Open PowerBI Desktop and drag the PowerAutomate Visual, if it isn’t available in the visualization … Continue reading Export Power BI data to CSV via Power Automate visual and upload to SharePoint

Create Custom Recommendation on Form within Canvas Power Apps

Hello, everyone! We know that Recommendations are created using Business Rules, but that only works on Model Driven Apps. As a result, we’ll develop Custom Recommendations that are flexible and customizable to our needs and enhance our App. This is how the Custom Recommendation looks, Let’s start with a simple use case, I want to … Continue reading Create Custom Recommendation on Form within Canvas Power Apps

Create a Custom Real-time Loader Control in Canvas PowerApps

In Canvas PowerApps, we usually show an image that lies over the screen until an execution is completed. But tracking real-time update might be confusing. I’ll show you a simple custom loading control that not only show execution status but also look good and is highly customizable. Here’s a preview how it will look (Note: … Continue reading Create a Custom Real-time Loader Control in Canvas PowerApps

Custom Card in Canvas Power Apps

Posted On July 20, 2020 by Ankita Chavan Posted in Tagged in ,

In this blog will see custom cards in Power Apps Use Case: I wanted to separate fields on form by label and it was looking like below:  here what i am came up with add custom card on form and try adding label on the Card. Add Custom Card Select form -> Click on edit … Continue reading Custom Card in Canvas Power Apps

Form Validation in Power Apps — Part 1

In this blog, we are going to see how we can do the implementation of form validation in Power Apps. Let get started, I have designed the Sign-Up page which has the following fields: Email Password and Confirm Password Phone Number Following is Screenshot of my Sign-Up Page build in PowerApps: Following is App Controls … Continue reading Form Validation in Power Apps — Part 1

Form Validation in Power Apps — Part 2

In this blog, we will implement the following validation on our Sign Up Form in PowerApps: Disable Sign Up button if any invalid input is present in Form. Change Border or Fill Color Input which is invalid. Before moving forward please check out my previous blog because this blog is a continuation of my previous … Continue reading Form Validation in Power Apps — Part 2

Required Privilege for Canvas App in D365 CRM

Introduction This blog explains how to resolve the issue for Canvas App not loading which is embedded in D365 CRM using HTML Webresource. Issue After Canvas App was published and shared with Users still, they were unable to access the Power App. It was showing a blank page with no error. Resolution After debugging the … Continue reading Required Privilege for Canvas App in D365 CRM

Create Fruit Detection App inside Power Platform — PowerApps and AI Build

Before you begin with this Blog, please read my previous blog which was on How to Create Object Detection Model inside the Power Platform — PowerApps | AI Builder. In a previous blog, we have created the Object Detection Model that we are going to use in this blog. Step 1: Expand the AI Builder section … Continue reading Create Fruit Detection App inside Power Platform — PowerApps and AI Build

Create Object Detection Model inside the Power Platform | Power Apps — AI Builder

In this blog, we are going to see how to create object detection model which can be used in PowerApps or MS Flow / PowerAutomate Step 1: Log in to portal.office.com. Select the PowerApps, If PowerApps is not visible then click on All Apps then you will able to see the PowerApps. Step 2: Expand the AI … Continue reading Create Object Detection Model inside the Power Platform | Power Apps — AI Builder

How to fetch a custom table created in Business Central into PowerApps using CDS and Odata.

Introduction: In this blog, I have introduced how to fetch a custom table from Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central into Microsoft PowerApps using Common Data Service(CDS) and OData. The table that was created in Business Central was fetched into a custom entity(MatchingLists) in CDS that allows me to create a local database in PowerApps for … Continue reading How to fetch a custom table created in Business Central into PowerApps using CDS and Odata.