Fast, Simple and Smart
PowerApps enable enterprises to develop custom line of business applications in days rather than weeks. The buzz is inescapable, and we hear it loud and clear. How do you use PowerApps to connect your systems and create new data? How do PowerApps enable rapid development lifecycles? How do you publish and use these new applications? These topics and many more will be addressed in this one-hour tech brief presented by one of our Senior Application Developers.
A Brief History
Progress requires an understanding of the past. We will explore previous methods of operation from tools including SharePoint, InfoPath, Dynamics, Access, Excel and SQL Server. This non-technical content is designed to cover the origin, structure, development and eventual fate of the status quo. Fear not, the future is as bright as our sun.
PowerApps connect to services you are already using like SQL Server, Excel, SharePoint Online, Dynamics 365, or you can leverage the Common Data Service to capture new data. Once built, you can publish your apps to the web or mobile. Share it with your organization — no app store required. Laptops, tablets, and phones. Windows, iOS, and Android. PowerApps build on the foundation of an Enterprise Data and Workflow strategy and at the same time deliver immediate value to your end-user community.
Now you can empower your teams with new Microsoft Business Platform. The combination of PowerApps, Power BI and Flow greatly extend the capabilities of the applications and services you already depend on. Build sophisticated PowerApps and gain insights through Power BI. Enable process automation through Flow and bring all your information together with the Common Data Service.