Category Archives: Microsoft PowerApps

How to Add PCF Data-set Control in Dynamics 365 CRM

Introduction: PCF (PowerApps Component Framework) are used to create Field type and Data-set type code components and provide an enhanced user experience for the users to view and work with data in forms, views, and dashboards. In this blog, you will be given information about how to add Data-set control and where you can see… Read More »

Avoid delegation while filtering records in Power Apps

Introduction Delegation in Power Apps means process of retrieving data to the data source itself. This means Power Apps will retrieve small amount of data to make sure the performance is consistent. We often get delegation warning when we filter huge data source in Power Apps as shown in below screenshot. To avoid the delegation… Read More »

Interacting with Power Automate Flows from Power Apps – Canvas Apps

Introduction It is well-known that Power Automate is a low-code, no-code solution to automation with various triggers that it supports including Event driven, HTTP request, Timer/Scheduled and Manual flows. Manual/Button flows help in designing powerful Canvas Apps that can offload complex logic executions to flow while focusing on user experience of the app. In this… Read More »

Create Records quickly in Dynamics 365 CRM by using new Microsoft Wave 2 feature – Business Card Scanner

Introduction: With the growth of machine learning and artificial intelligence in our day to day life, Microsoft is also embracing ML and AI in Dynamics 365 CRM. With the recent Wave 2 general availability release, Microsoft has added some really good features and one them is – Business Card Scanner. Microsoft has combined its latest… Read More »

How to handle updateView() function call while calling setFullScreen() function in PCF control

Introduction In this blog, we will find out the way to avoid updateView() function to be executed when not necessary. We have developed a PCF control which provides the user to expand and collapse the full screen mode. In that PCF control, UpdateView() has some business logic. Please find the below code that we have… Read More »

Cascading Two dropdowns in PowerApps based on Dynamics 365 CRM optionset field

Introduction In today’s blog we will explore how to do cascading of two dropdowns in PowerApps based on Dynamics 365 CRM optionset field. To achieve this, first we need to create two optionset fields in Dynamics 365 CRM e.g. Mobile Company (Parent optionset) and Mobile Handset (Child optionset) in the Dynamics 365 CRM Account Entity.… Read More »

Save Time! Now get all the records of Dataset Grid control Swiftly

Introduction With the help of PCF (PowerApps Component Framework) Control, we design control for Dataset Grid, which we can add on any OOB and custom entity to show records that are available in the selected view. We show data for the available set of columns that are added in the selected view. To show all records data in Dataset Grid… Read More »

Integrating PowerApps and Power BI to build Multifaceted Apps

Introduction: PowerApps and Power BI can work together regardless of who is hosting. You can embed a PowerApps inside Power BI or vice versa. By combining Power BI and PowerApps together users can build great apps possessing powerful analysis and visualization as well as capability of enabling people to act right away at the same… Read More »