If I could go back in time, what advice would I give myself when starting out with portals? We’ll focus on taking customer-centric business processes online – what we can learn from consumer apps we used day in and day out then what to consider when taking your processes online: – How to design your process, pages and UI around the customer journey – The unwritten requirements and touchpoints – Where to focus your customisation efforts vs leveraging out of the box features – With so much to learn, which aspects to conquer first / in what order
The world is opening up and soon we get to attend events in person! Be ready to treat your participants to a great user experience by sending them a QR-code with their attendee confirmation email and scanning it at the door – what could be easier? I will show you how to connect the dots; Using Power Apps Portals for the registration form, storing the participants in Dataverse, use Power Automate Cloud Flow for creating and sending out QR-codes and Power Apps Canvas Apps to scan the QR-codes at the door – All Low Code Style! Power at your fingertips and cheaper then buying of the shelf! Join me to learn how to set it up in your own environment.
In this session we will show you how to setup Power Apps Portals, and you will learn how to create configurable editable grid in Power Apps Portals using Web API, Liquid and jQuery. We will deep dive into the code for a working demo and learn how to reuse the templates to build the editable grid for more than one Dataverse table in quick time.
In this session, you’ll get a chance to interact with the world’s best Portal experts and Microsoft MVPs to get your portal queries resolved. This is the best opportunity for all portal developers to discuss their project requirements, pain points, issues, queries, etc. Round table Portal Experts: Razwan Choudry, Victor Dantas, Arpit Shrivastava, Nick Doelman, Francesco Musso
This session would cover some of the tools that I have developed to speed up the custom Portal Development. It will be an end-to-end live demonstration of tools setup, usage, and underlying architecture.
One of the most thrilling aspects of Power Apps portals is LICENSING! OK, maybe not the most exciting topic, but definitely important. This session will explain how Power Apps portals authenticated user passes and anonymous page views are applied and consumed. How to view your portal usage so you can plan on how many passes you need as well as other considerations like accessing dev and test portals. You will be on the edge of your seat as the mysteries of Power Apps portals licensing are revealed!
So you’ve built the perfect Power Apps Portal in your development environment, and now you need to move it to another environment for testing, and eventually to production. Just export the Dataverse solution and import into the target environment, right? Wrong! A lot of your work with Portals involves data, which isn’t captured in a solution. Join Business Applications MVP Nick Hayduk, whose firm Engineered Code helps Microsoft partners all over the world with Portals projects, as he provides an overview of the options for moving Power Apps Portals data between Dataverse environments. Some of the options we’ll cover in the Configuration Migration Tool, Power Apps Command Line Interface, and the XrmToolBox. By the end of this session, you’ll be equipped with the tools you need for healthy Power Apps Portals ALM!
How to develop compelling POCs Solutions using simple branding strategies, code snippets and lots of creativity. This session is geared towards helping folks establish skills on delivery if quick turn around solutions when there is no much time available.
Take a deep dive into some complex Liquid Template concepts – leverage data collections, reusable templates, and data services using Liquid Templates tags, filters and objects. We will dive into the code for a working demo of these concepts and learn how you can apply them to extend your Power Apps Portal features and functionality.