Let’s Build a Power App Together: LowCode Edition
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Welcome to the Let's Build Together: Low-Code Edition

Finding content or coming up ideas on what to build with Power Platform can be a challenging thing to do right? With Let’s Build Together: LowCode Edition.

We will walk you through on how to build End to End solutions using Microsoft Power Apps, automate their processes with Microsoft Power Automate in a span of just 2 weeks. Power Platform skills will open doors for you in your career.

In this show, we will do the following:

  1. Build a Booking Requests App with PowerApps
  2. Automate the Booking Request Process with Power Automate
  3. Build a Mobile Sales App with PowerApps
  4. Automate the Mobile Sales Process with Power Automate

 

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 but first make sure you Register for the series!

 

First Use Case: Build a Booking Requests App with PowerApps

Companies and universities invest in their employees learning and development by allowing them to partake in certain training programs. Lately, employees have requested a way to submit booking requests for training sessions/programs without having to call the office. You would like to create an app that allows employees to submit the information for their booking request for the office to review. You would like customers to be alerted when their booking request has been received and approved or rejected.

 

You want to build an app that allows you to capture these booking requests and decide to accept or decline the booking.

In this session, you will learn:
- How to design a database for a defined project
- How to add multiple screens to Power Apps Application
- How to Share your application with others
- and many more.

 

 

The Live Sessions will be hosted on Microsoft Reactor YouTube channel. Find the calendar below with the registration link

 

Dates

Time (GMT+1)

Topic

Webinar Links

Call To Action

March 6th

2PM

Build a Booking Requests App with PowerApps

Watch on Demand

Be an active learner by completing these modules in the Let's Build Together Challenge before and after the live session!

  • Customize a Dataverse database to meet business requirements
  • Create a Power Apps canvas app based on provided specifications

March 8th

2PM

Automate the Booking Request Process with Power Automate

Watch on Demand

Be an active learner by completing these modules in the Let's Build Together Challenge before and after the live session!

  • Create a Power Automate flow based on provided specifications
  • Get started with Power Automate

March 10th

2PM

Build a Mobile Sales App with PowerApps

Watch on Demand

Be an active learner by completing these modules in the Let's Build Together Challenge before and after the live session!

  • Understand the basics of building the UI through themes, icons, control customization, and images.
  • Use personalization in a canvas app
  • Understand the differences between the Tablet and Mobile form factors

March 13th

2PM

Automate the Mobile Sales Process with Power Automate

Watch on Demand

Be an active learner by completing these modules in the Let's Build Together Challenge before and after the live session!

  • Build an automated solution with Power Automate
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