At the core of the PowerApps development is a thorough understanding of mobile-enabled functionality, existing domain entities, and connections to external systems. In this course, Line of Business (LOB) Apps with Canvas PowerApps, you will learn the basics of PowerApps development. First, you will discover how low-code development like PowerApps, combined with the overall Business Application Platform, is changing the way you address the needs of information workers. Next, you will take a deep dive into the capabilities of PowerApps development, including controls, expression language, and external-sources binding. Finally, you will look at a real-world example, combined with deployment considerations and security. When you’re finished with this course, you will have the knowledge to start building PowerApps for your organization.
Course Overview Hi everyone, my name is Vishwas Lele, and welcome to my course: Line of Business Apps with Power App and Flow. I'm CTO for Applied Information Sciences, I'm also an Axure MVP. PowerApps is a local platform for building custom business applications that can run on web, phone, and tablet devices. In a short time since the launch of this service, over 200, 000 organizations are using this service to build custom business applications. This course is a quick introduction to building custom applications using the PowerApps service. Some of the major topics that we will cover include introduction to the Microsoft business application platform that covers PowerApps and flows and connectors. We'll talk about PowerApps low code development features. We'll look at real world example of building a line of business application using PowerApps, and finally, we'll be looking at the administration and application lifecycle management aspects of PowerApps. By the end of this course, you'll know how to build sophisticated custom business applications that can be deployed within your organization. No prior experience with mobile app development is required. From here, you should feel comfortable into diving into some very recently announced capabilities, such as the model-driven PowerApps and the common data service that brings the power of Dynamics 365 to PowerApps. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn PowerApps with the Line of Business Apps with PowerApps and Flow course, at Pluralsight.