Learn how to use Microsoft PowerApps to create and deploy mobile applications without writing code.
- [Instructor] The idea of creating a mobile app can be frightening and seemingly out of reach for most people. But with Microsoft PowerApps, that's no longer the case. In this course I wanna share with you how to create apps with data from SharePoint, OneDrive for Business, Excel, Microsoft Dynamics, and Sales Force. We'll even use a PowerApps template to create a budget tracker app. Now PowerApps is a great tool for creating robust, no code apps that can be quickly distributed throughout your organization.
They'll help you increase productivity in streamline processes. I'm Bill Kulterman and I'll be your instructor. I'm a Microsoft certified trainer with over 10 years experience with Microsoft products. Creating apps with PowerApps can be a lot of fun, so let's go ahead and let's get started.
- What can you do with PowerApps?
- Data connections for PowerApps
- Creating an app using data from a SharePoint list
- Creating an app from an Excel workbook
- Using templates to create apps
- Creating an app for Microsoft Dynamics
- Creating an app for Salesforce
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1. Getting Started with PowerApps
2. Create an App from a SharePoint List
3. Create the Reviewer App from Excel in OneDrive
4. Create an App from a Template
5. Create an App for Microsoft Dynamics
6. Create an App for Salesforce
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