Beginning Power Apps, 2nd Edition

Beginning Power Apps: The Non-Developer's Guide to Building Business Applications, 2nd Edition

eBook Details:

  • Paperback: 978 pages
  • Publisher: WOW! eBook; 2nd edition (March 14, 2021)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 148426682X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1484266823

eBook Description:

Beginning Power Apps: The Non-Developer’s Guide to Building Business Applications, 2nd Edition

Transform the way your business works with easy-to-build apps. With this updated and expanded Beginning Power Apps, 2nd Edition, you can build business apps that work with your company’s systems and databases, without having to enlist the expertise of costly, professionally trained software developers.

In this new edition, business applications expert Tim Leung offers step-by-step guidance on how you can improve all areas of your business. He shows how you can replace manual or paper processes with modern apps that run on phone or tablet devices. For administrative and back-office operations, he covers how to build apps with workflow and dashboard capabilities. To facilitate collaboration with customers and clients, you’ll learn how to build secure web portals with data entry capabilities, including how to customize those portals with code.

What You Will Learn

  • Create offline capable mobile apps and responsive web apps
  • Carry out logic, data access, and data entry through formulas
  • Embellish apps with charting, file handling, photo, barcode, and location features
  • Set up Common Data Service, SharePoint, and SQL data sources
  • Use AI to predict outcomes, recognize images, and analyze sentiment
  • Integrate apps with external web services and automate tasks with Power Automate
  • Build reusable code and canvas components, make customizations with JavaScript
  • Transfer apps and data, and secure, administer, and monitor Power Apps environments

This hands-on new Beginning Power Apps, 2nd Edition has 10 new chapters – including coverage on model-driven and portal apps, artificial intelligence, building components using the Power Apps Component Framework, using PowerShell for administration, and more – complete with context, explanatory screenshots, and non-technical terminology.


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