Category Archives: Power Apps Portals

Visualize Relationships & Connections in Dynamics 365 CRM/Power Apps with Latest Map My Relationships Features!

Map My Relationships– a Preferred App on Microsoft AppSource – is what you are looking for when it comes to visualization of relationships between entities or related records. It provides you a mind map view of all related records which is a quite smart way to get all information in a single view without navigating… Read More »

How to Debug an App using Canvas App Monitor

Introduction The PowerApps is an application development service to build custom and business applications. Using custom business apps, users can connect to data and work on the web and mobile. After the development of business applications, some users want to identify where they are getting the error from or want to just check the performance.… Read More »

Use of JSON Type Web Templates in PowerApps Portals

Introduction Microsoft PowerApps Portals provide us the configuration surface which allows users to add forms to collect data in the portal without custom development. Web Template is a Power Apps entity (adx_webtemplate), included with Power Apps portals, that is used to store template source content. A web template will generally contain Liquid for dynamic content… Read More »

Match theme of Dynamics 365 App in Power Apps Control Framework – Part 2

In the last blog, we saw how we could match the theme of the Dynamics 365 App in PCF when we know what should be the color scheme at the time of designing. In this blog, we will see how we can apply the theme to the Fluent UI component dynamically based on the main… Read More »

Match the theme of Dynamics 365 App in Power Apps Control Framework – Part 1

Power Apps Control Framework is what we are using these days for creating re-usable and configurable custom UI or components in Dynamics 365 Modal driven apps. When it comes to designing a component, the Fluent UI is another Microsoft’s tool that empowers developers to use built-in controls like Button, Date Picker, Label, Slider, Textbox, etc.… Read More »

Pass Field Value from One Page to Another as Query String Parameter in Microsoft PowerApps Portals

Introduction Microsoft PowerApps Portals provides us the configuration surface which allows users to add forms to collect data in the portal without custom development. Entity Forms provides the ability to create, update and display CRM entities records and they are placed into webpages in the portal or used in conjunction with sub grids and entity… Read More »

Embedding Canvas Apps within Model Driven Apps, Power Apps Portal, Power BI and Custom Websites

Canvas Apps is the new Citizen developer to quickly design pixel perfect mobile apps with very little to no pro-dev knowledge. While Model Driven apps allow for drag and drop interface for form design, they still do have a strict layout and you cannot really place controls wherever you want. This is where Canvas Apps… Read More »

Azure Functions, Web API, PowerApps and other tricks for Dynamics 365 CRM – Most Clicked Blogs of the Year!

Powered by passion – Inogic is a leading Microsoft ISV for Dynamics 365 CRM for over more than a decade. We brew innovative products and fuel Dynamics 365 with our range of solutions. Inogic also offers bespoke high-quality low-cost offshore development services for Microsoft products such as Power BI, Flow, PowerApps, Portals and others. Given… Read More »

Working with Angular JS framework in Dynamics CRM Portal

Introduction: When developer need to use the js framework in the web. With the Dynamics 365 portal and liquid templates you can utilize the development approaches with those frameworks within your liquid templates. Working: Here I am taking example I will be using the angular js framework here. We will create the new web, to… Read More »

SharePoint Integration with Microsoft Portal

 Introduction: Dynamics 365 upgrades often enfold bunch of exciting features and the latest October release which upgrades your CRM to version 9.1 happens to continue the legacy. Amongst all the new features, the one we are targeting in this blog is the SharePoint’s integration with MS Portal. With the commencement of this feature, it would… Read More »