How to make a PowerApps activity feed via SharePoint search–Part 3

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series ActivityFeed

Background Hi and welcome to the third article that describes how to make a PowerApps-based activity feed based on SharePoint search results. If Google’s search algorithm has landed you here for the first time, then I suggest going back to parts 1 and 2 for background and context.… Continue reading

How to make a PowerApps activity feed via SharePoint search–Part 2

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series ActivityFeed

Background Hi and welcome to the second article that describes how to make a PowerApps-based activity feed based on SharePoint search results. Although I did this as part of a large real-world client project, because of confidentiality considerations I am utilising one of my daughters PowerApps to illustrate… Continue reading

How to make a PowerApps activity feed via SharePoint search–Part 1

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series ActivityFeed

Background In a recent project, I developed a portal for the Project Management function of a global multinational. One of the key design principles we took into the engagement was not to simply make an electronic version of a Project Management manual. Instead, the solution had to be… Continue reading

From Rick Astley to Fidget Spinners: A slew of PowerApps and Flow video tutorials

Hiya I have been recording various videos over time of some advanced PowerApps and Flow concepts/solutions. All of these are either workarounds for current limitations in PowerApps or Flow or work I have done with my daughter, Ashlee.  I have listed each here with explanations… How to Save… Continue reading

How’s the weather? Using a public API with PowerApps (part 2)

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series OpenAPI

Introduction Hi again This is the second half to a post that will use the OpenWeatherMap API in PowerApps. The business scenario is around performing inspections. In the first post I gave the example of a park ranger or plant operator, both conducting inspections where weather conditions can… Continue reading

How’s the weather? Using a public API with PowerApps (part 1)

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series OpenAPI

Introduction Okay citizen developers, listen up! This post and its forthcoming second part will teach you how to get PowerApps to connect to an online web service to add an extra dimension of awesomeness to your app. It also covers what I think is the most off-putting aspect… Continue reading