In this course, students will be taught how to design, test and publish new applications that work with a variety of data sources. We will take users through a selection of well-crafted lessons to help them build new applications for their business.
Power Automate is a diverse product, turning business processes into automated, consistent and visual workflows. Power Automate is designed to integrate Office 365 services as well as connect to other on-premises and web-based data sources. This course will give you the confidence to select the right actions and workflow logic for your business workflows.
Course Duration: 24 hours
Key concepts covered include:
- What is PowerApps?
- The benefits of apps
- How to get to PowerApps
- Canvas Apps and Model-Driven Apps
- License Options and Costs
- What is Microsoft Flow?
- The benefits of automation
- How to get to Flow
Lesson 1: Overview of PowerApps and Flow: – This module will introduce both PowerApps and Flow. Students will learn about the key features of PowerApps and Flow.
Explore Sample Apps
Lesson 2: Creating PowerApps: – The two environments for building PowerApps will be introduced, PowerApps Studio for Web and PowerApps Studio for Windows. Students will then learn how to create PowerApps in different ways.
PowerApps Studio for Web
PowerApps Studio for Windows
Creating PowerApps from a Data Source
Creating PowerApps from a Template
Creating Custom PowerApps
Lesson 3: Building and Customizing PowerApps:
Working with Layouts and Fields
Working with Controls and Data Card
Working with the Formula Bar
Form interactivity and navigation
Lesson 4: Working with Data – This module will teach students how to work with various data sources in PowerApps. Students will explore the myriad of cloud data sources available including how to work with data stored on the corporate network.
Data Sources and Connectors
Cloud Based Sources
On Premises Sources
Delegated Data Sources
On Premises Gateway
Common Data Service and Entities
Entity Fields, Relationships and Field Groups
Working with Entity Data
Lesson 5: Integrating Flexible Workflows with Flow – Students will be introduced to Flow and will learn how to combine actions, triggers and connectors to build flexible workflows easily. Students will be shown how to build workflows that periodically run on a schedule, in response to an external event or from simply the press of a button in the flow mobile app.
Creating Custom Flows
Creating Flows from a Template
Conditions, Actions and Loops
Flow Mobile App
Monitoring and Managing Flows
Creating Flows and Button Flows
Starting Flows From PowerApps
Lesson 6: Publishing and Managing PowerApps and Flows – This module will teach students how to share PowerApps and to manage previous PowerApp versions. They will learn how to run a PowerApp using PowerApps Mobile, the web browser and directly from a SharePoint List.
PowerApps Admin Centre and Flow Admin Centre
Data Loss Prevention Policies