This session will introduce you to Power Pages and how to get started
In this Beginner Session we will;
The ability to interact with Microsoft Dataverse is one of the key features of Power Pages. Users visiting a site can perform several actions such as view a list of records, schedule a meeting or support request. The information tracked in Dataverse can be accessed by other Power Platform services such as Power Apps, Power Automate, or Power BI. In this session, we will show you how to build a Power Pages that will allow users the ability to create, read, and update Dataverse records.
Advance Forms allow you to build multi-step wizard-style forms in Power Pages. We will deep drive this feature to build a series of steps, including conditional statement to direct a user down different paths of data updates and session tracking for allowing a user to pick up where they left off when following a data update process.
Microsoft Power Pages is a dependable, low-code SaaS (software as a service) platform for designing, presenting, and delivering customer information and Services. Here’s an excellent opportunity to style power pages using the inbuilt Bootstrap framework. Learn simple tips and tricks to style and customise your portal to impress your customer.
In this session, I’ll be discussing about some useful coding/customization tips for developers to extend the portal functionality based on some live project experiences. For example, design lookup editor controls, design custom model popup, customize default table list, forms, profile page, integrate portal with external websites, customize authentication process and much more!
In this session, I’ll be discussing about Power Apps portals ALM and deployment process using PowerApps CLI and Power Apps Portals Build Tools. Portal now supports Microsoft Power Platform CLI to enable Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) of portal configuration. You can now check-in the portal configuration to source control and move portal configuration to any environment using Microsoft Power Platform CLI. If you want to automate your portal deployment using Azure DevOps CI/CD pipeline, you can use PowerApps Portals Build Tools. This tool empowers developers to enable CI/CD (Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment) of portal configuration. You can use this tool to check-in the portal configuration to source control and move portal configuration to any environment using Power Apps CLI.
When we analyse our customers’ processes and requirements, and move to the stage of proposing a solution, we must consider all the possible solutions we can offer. For this, we have to be able to correctly identify what these possible solutions are, their dependencies and constraints. In this session, we will discuss how to identify the need for a Power Pages portal, both for Dynamics 365 and Power Platform projects.
Setting up authentication is a core customization in any portal. Simplified identity provider configuration in Power Apps portals provides in-app guidance for identity provider setup and abstracts setup complexities. Makers and administrators can easily configure the portal for supported identity providers. In this session I and Arpit will be discussing about various authentication methods of portals like Azure AD B2C, B2B, Azure AD and other external identity provider. This session will also help you understand various approaches to migrate portal identity providers and allow existing users to provide portal access through invitation.