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Recently, Power Community concluded a live Developer Bootcamp dedicated to Power Apps from 19-21st May 2022 where Power Apps developers from around the globe came to share techniques and approaches for solving various power apps development challenges. We Inogic, being a sponsor, also introduced our new gamification app Gamifics365 for Microsoft Dynamics 365 CRM. In this event, the first day i.e., 19th May, was all about Canvas Apps, Power Automate, etc. This shows that Canvas Apps, since its inception, has come a long way and is now reaching far and wide amongst developers and gaining popularity with its low code/no code approach.
Canvas Apps has a drag and drop interface that helps businesses create complex applications easily. Its intuitive and user-friendly tools along with easy access to Microsoft’s cutting-edge technology have made it popular among citizen developers. And with Microsoft releasing new updates with every Release Wave, Canvas Apps has been progressively improving the life of overall experience of developers.
Inogic, Microsoft ISV Gold Partner, has one of the largest pools of blogs and articles sharing new techniques, how-to articles and much more. Our easy to understand tips and tricks are widely popular and cover a range of topics like Power Platform (Power Apps, Power BI, Power Automate), Dynamics 365 CRM, Azure, Dataverse, Field Service, Sales, etc. We, to make things easier, have also come up with blog compilations and guides like Microsoft Power Automate features, Power Apps Component tips and tricks, Microsoft Model-driven apps tips, Canvas Apps with Microsoft’s AI Builder, and more.
In this blog, we have taken forward the success of our canvas apps tips and tricks series and explored some more useful tips and news on Canvas Apps.
Building mobile apps is the fastest way to connect with clients nowadays. And what better to create a mobile app than using Canvas App’s no code/low code approach. Just drag and drop elements on a blank canvas and we have a functioning business app. Recently, Microsoft introduced the Power Automate pane to use Power Automate in Canvas Apps. Get a detailed guide on how to enable this feature and how to use it in this blog.
Re-designing or coding the same components, again and again, becomes a headache and is a time-consuming process for developers. With reusable components, along with the benefit of not spending resources on coding the same components, again and again, developers also get a single centralized location to manage updates or changes. Microsoft has introduced this feature of component reusability in canvas Apps in the form of Component library. In this expert blog, learn more about the same.
Canvas Apps is known for its ability to provide us with a rich representation of data on our mobile devices. And while working on one of our client requirements we needed to parse JSON in the canvas apps. And we realized that this can be achieved using Regex. In this blog, we have explained how we fulfilled our need for the same.
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