After completing this PowerApps course you might be interested in the following courses: Learning Microsoft Flow, SharePoint 2016 No Code Workflows, SharePoint: Mobilizing Workflows with PowerApps—all taught by Gini von Courter—, and Microsoft PowerApps Essential Training: Beyond the Basics, taught by Bill Kulterman.
- [Gini] Congratulations, you've arrived…at the end of this course.…This is a great time to scroll down and publish…your certificate of completion on your LinkedIn profile.…Also, if you wouldn't mind, take a moment…and give me some feedback about this course.…Tell me what was most useful for you and anything else…that you'd like me to know about your course experience.…We've gotten our toes wet with a couple of simple solutions.…I hope you've enjoyed this taste of the power of PowerApps.…What might you do next?…I have some recommendations.…
If you're interested in learning…more about the new workflow tool that was launched…at the same time as PowerApps, that would be Microsoft Flow…and we have a course on that.…If you work with SharePoint, Microsoft Flow and PowerApps…are the no-code workflow solution for SharePoint…starting with SharePoint 2016,…including SharePoint Online and SharePoint 2019.…You could also turn to PowerApps to quickly and easily…turn your SharePoint workplace solutions…into mobile workplace solutions.…
- Recognize which devices a mobile-first app is designed for.
- Explain how to download an app template.
- Recall which screen in PowerApps displays one card after another.
- Identify layouts available in PowerApps.
- Determine how to enter text as a constant.
- List two terms to describe the first screen that’s loaded when the app is launched.
- Identify the URL used to run PowerApps in a browser.
- Explain how to launch an app from Dynamics 365.