Build a Facility Maintenance Application with Power Apps
Published Sep 26 2022 04:53 AM 10.8K Views
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I am sure you are excited and would like to learn how to perform this miracle of providing timely solutions to business problems, follow us as we guide you through the journey in this article.  

Have you always wanted to learn Power Platform or looking for learning content that can show you how to build a solution that involves Power Apps, Power Automate, and Microsoft Power BI? Then, this content is for you. Power Platform skill is a valuable skill that will open doors for you in your career

 

In this article, we will cover the following:

  1. Build A Facility Maintenance App with Microsoft Power Apps
  2. Automate Facility Maintenance Process with Power Automate
  3. Facility Maintenance Application Data Analysis.

 

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Pre-requisite:

To participate fully, you will need a Microsoft 365 School/Work account as well as Power Apps License.

What is Microsoft 365 Developer Account? 

The Microsoft 365 Developer Program includes a Microsoft 365 E5 developer subscription which is meant for a non-production project i.e. learning purposes. This will give you all you need to follow through in this learning.

Learn more about it and create yours here https://aka.ms/SetupM365DeveloperAccount 

 

Now that you are done setting up your Microsoft 365 developer account including a Power Apps Developer account, it is time to dive into the action

 

Use Case: Facility Maintenance Application

Facility maintenance is an important culture to achieve an excellent and conducive buildings on campuses. This includes lecture theaters, roads on campuses, Laboratory, etc.
The cost of maintenance is cheaper than building a new structure or constructing a new road. If well maintained, these structures and constructions will serve longer and save the university cost.

This application will allow students and university employees to report damage seen in their classrooms and other facilities on campus. It gives the University Facility Maintenance a proactive means to keep the facilities up and running.


In this session, you will learn
- How to design a database for a defined project
- How to build a Power Apps application with the ability to upload pictures
- How to add multiple screens to Power Apps Application
- How to View uploaded pictures directly within Power Apps
- How to Share your application with others
- and many more.

 

The Live Sessions will be hosted on Microsoft Reactor YouTube channel, LinkedIn Live, and Twitter Periscope. find the calendar below with the registration link

 

Dates Time (GMT+1) Topic Link
Oct 4th 4PM Build A Facility Maintenance App with Microsoft Power Apps

https://aka.ms/FacilityMaintenancePowerApps  

Oct 11th 4PM Automate Facility Maintenance Process with Power Automate

https://aka.ms/FacilityMaintenanceAutomate 

Oct 18th 4PM Facility Maintenance Application Data Analysis

https://aka.ms/LowCodePowerBI 

 

Step-by-Step Guide

Now that you understand what you will be building at the end of the learning journey and you have setup your Microsoft 365 Developer Account + Power Apps Developer Account, below is the link to step-by-step guide for the solutions

 

Session Link
Build A Facility Maintenance App with Microsoft Power Apps https://aka.ms/FacilityMaintenancePowerApps 
Automate Facility Maintenance Process with Power Automate https://aka.ms/FacilityMaintenanceAutomate 
Facility Maintenance Application Data Analysis Not yet available

 

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