Category Archives: Power Apps Portals

Co-authoring feature in Model-Driven Apps (Preview)

Collaboration is the key to success for any business. Microsoft has been working on having enticing and innovative collaboration ideas for a long time. As a result, using the power to collaborate uniquely, one can grow together and can build a strong connection with others. The same power of collaboration is needed in any app… Read More »

Image Classification model by Microsoft Lobe in Power Apps – Part 1

Introduction: With the growth in technology we have seen an incline towards the technologies related to Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in our day-to-day life. In recent few years Microsoft has been pushing Low-Code/ No-Code ideology and have been incorporating ML and AI technologies in their PCF control, AI Builder Models, etc. Evidence of this… Read More »

Easy Configuration of ‘Choices’ Column in Power Apps Portal

Introduction: In this blog, we have explained how to configure the Choices column in Power Apps Portal and how to retrieve the selected options from the same. This latest feature will help us to display the Choices column i.e. Multi-Select Option fields on Basic Forms. To configure this feature in Power Apps Portal, we need… Read More »

Use of new configuration page UI in Power Apps Solution

Introduction Microsoft always brings out many new features or replaces the old ones with something much better and more user friendly. It has been some time now that Microsoft has been pushing its Dynamics 365 users towards the new and advanced unified interface. And in the light of the same, Power Apps solution was introduced.… Read More »

Perform changes in Power Apps Portal with newly introduced Microsoft Power Platform CLI

Introduction: Microsoft recently introduced Microsoft Power Platform Command Line Interface to perform various operations on Microsoft Dataverse environments, Power Apps Portal, PCF, Plugin, Solution, Admin, and Canvas by using Visual Studio Code. In this blog, we will be focusing on Power Apps Portal and will see how we can connect Portal using Microsoft Power Platform… Read More »