This is a beginner level course for you to get hands on experience with the Microsoft Power Platform technologies – Power Apps, Power Automate, and Microsoft Dataverse. The lab includes step-by-step instructions for someone new to these technologies to build a machine ordering solution within a day.
David is the CTO of Colorado Technology Consultants based in Colorado and is recognized as a Microsoft MVP
This module will give you an overview and prerequisites for the course.
Prerequisites before starting the hands-on labs.
In this module you will tour the Power Apps Canvas studio layout and build a new Canvas application
In this lab, you create a new Power Apps Canvas application.
In this module, you will use Microsoft Dataverse to model and store the data from the device ordering canvas app that you built in module 1.
In this lab, you will explore Microsoft Dataverse standard Tables. Tables in Microsoft Dataverse are like tables in a database or worksheets in Microsoft Excel. Tables can be connected together with relationships that model real world interactions between the tables. Each table contains multiple Rows (Records), each having data columns.
In this module, you will build a model-driven application.
Model-driven apps make it easy to build forms over data applications quickly. This style of application brings together forms, views, dashboards and charts quickly to provide a productive user experience for working with related data.
In module, you will create a Power Automate cloud flow.
In this lab, you will create a flow that uses the Modern Approvals service to automate the approval workflow – it will send an email to the selected approver and take an action based on their response.