If you didn’t catch the first part of this series, you can read that here.  In this part, things should get a little more interesting as we set up a Power App and our SharePoint site. Objectives Create SharePoint Online Team Site. Create a Power App for team members to collect data with. Embed this Power App into a SharePoint page so we can do more work in a single environment. Creating Our SharePoint Team Site Using our existing SharePoint […]

Part One: Identify, Define, Build, Migrate My dad passed away in 2015, leaving behind an extensive collection of fire trucks, patches, and other fire department (FD) memorabilia.  Before he passed, he gave us instructions to sell them and some direction on what to do with the money. After a few years of not really wanting to deal with it, my family decided to make a project out of it.  My mom, sister, wife, two daughters, and I are working our […]

Microsoft Power Platform: Application Development Platform for General Purpose Business Apps In recent years, with the transition to the cloud, SharePoint teams’ recommendation has been to move custom functionality “down” to the client computer or “over” to a host outside of SharePoint. This change has had a direct impact on enterprises that have long viewed SharePoint as an application development platform. Today’s best practices show that a grouping of applications, such as case management apps, inventory or issue tracking, and […]

I am pleased to announce my latest Pluralsight course on Power Apps (Well…such is the nature of change in the cloud that there has already been a name change since I submitted this course for publication, only a few weeks back. The aspect of Power Apps covered in my course is now referred to as Canvas Apps.) This course is designed for developers (both citizen and professional developers) interested in a low-code approach for building mobile applications. Here’s some background […]