Tag Archives: Model Driven App

Adding custom pages in model-driven app with responsive layouts

Introduction Microsoft is continuously working on enhancing the maker experience for app design. The new maker experience is all about designing the pages throughout. These custom pages bring the power of Canvas apps into model-driven apps. We have already seen the modern app making experience in the previous blog when the modern app designer maker… Read More »

Create and Join Teams Meetings from Appointment in Dynamics 365 CRM

Introduction: In the new Microsoft 2022 release wave 1, many new features have been introduced. In this blog, we will learn about the functionality of Join team meetings from appointment in model-driven app feature. With this feature, users will be able to add and join Microsoft Teams meeting to the appointment in Dynamics 365 CRM… Read More »

How to Read the current Model-driven App details using client API references

Introduction: In a recent project while working on client-side scriptings, we had come across a requirement where we interact with Dynamics 365 CRM data using WebAPI and query expressions. In most cases, we needed the current Model-driven app AppId to build the WebAPI URLs. We had achieved this by using Dynamics CRM Client API references.… Read More »

New Model-Driven App experience for Sharing Entity Rows

Introduction: In the new 2021 release wave 2, Microsoft has introduced a new Unified Interface dialog experience using which users will be able to share rows easily. Let’s check out! Go to the table’s home grid and select the rows that you want to share. For example, I have selected Account table rows as shown… Read More »

Create Model Driven App for CDS Environment

Introduction To be able to use Applications in CDS, user must create App for CDS Environment. For Creating Model Driven App for CDS Environment user must have an Environment in CDS. In our last blog we saw steps to Create Environment in Common Data Service (CDS). After creating CDS environment, users can see their environments… Read More »