Assumptions This write up is executed in sequence in that if you jump to a section, it assumes you have completed the parts before it. This write-up assumes the following; You have a Power Apps tenant with administrative privileges. For the source control and CI/CD sections; An Azure DevOps project configured with the Power Apps […]

Summary To break this series apart into more manageable chunks, in this installment, we’ll focus on setting up the API in Azure API Management (APIM) and the custom connector. If you missed the first installment where we set up our On-Premises Data Gateway and Azure Logic App, please check it out here. Scenario The company […]

Leveraging the Power Platform and Microsoft Azure to connect housing agencies and intermediaries with the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Intro The US Department of Housing and Urban Development runs a program known as the Housing Counseling Program that aids housing agencies around the nation through things like grants and training. These agencies […]

A Framework to Meet Your Needs PowerApps comes with a wide variety of controls out of the box. However, these controls may not be on-brand or have the desired look and feel, functionality, or style for your app. The PowerApps Component Framework command-line interface tools let you create a custom PowerApps control specific to your […]

As we are still adjusting to remote work, it has allowed me to uncover some extra time to record a Power Platform Administration Foundation Pluralsight course to complement the “dev side” course released in 2018, Low-Code Development with Power Apps. This course is designed for developers–both citizen and professional–interested in a low-code approach for building […]