For developers looking to deepen their knowledge of canvas apps, this code-focused course will fully introduce various tips and tricks to improve the performance of your canvas apps. In this course, Powerapps: Tips and Tricks for Building High-performance Canvas Apps, you will quickly get started with a review of canvas app programming constructs. First, you'll explore how to optimize working with data sources like SQL Server and Common Data Service. Next, you'll explore a number of techniques to optimize your apps including concurrent execution, and delay load. Finally, you'll learn about optimistic updates, and offline access. When you are finished with this course, you will have the knowledge to build high-performance canvas apps.
Course Overview Hi, everyone. My name is Vishwas Lele, and I welcome you to my course, PowerApps: Tips and Tricks for Building High‑performance Canvas Apps. I'm CTO at Applied Information Sciences and also an Azure MVP. Today there are 3.5 million developers and almost 70,000 organizations using our platform. What is interesting is because of the remote work situation due to COVID, we've seen a great surge in usage of the Power platform, almost 50% new or first‑time users just in the last couple of months. And finally, even though Power platform is a low‑code, no‑code platform, we are seeing a great interest from professional developers, almost a 70% rise in the professional developers' usage. These amazing stats bring us to why we created this course in the first place. This course is about helping you build high‑performance canvas apps. Some of the major topics include tips for data optimization, faster loading of your application. By the end of this course, you will know all the best practices for building high‑performing canvas apps. Before beginning this course, you should be familiar with the basics of building canvas apps. I hope you will join me on this journey to learn more about canvas apps with the course, PowerApps: Tips and Tricks for Building High‑performance Canvas Apps at Pluralsight.