While many PowerApps apps are created to run on phones and tablets, they can also be run in a browser. The app's form factor—for example, a phone in portrait mode—is retained in the browser, which makes it useful for testing during app development.
- [Instructor] There are three main ways…that you'll run PowerApps.…First, you can run them in a browser at web.powerapps.com.…So here I am, and I'm going to choose…our Service Calls Log app, and click play.…And here's my application, my splash screen.…I can click to sort, see more detail,…edit details, drop out of editing, delete items and so on.…
If I'd like to run our Weekly Survey app, same thing.…Simply click play to run our Weekly Survey.…This fills up a little more of my screen.…There we go, now it's figured it out.…Click get started, this is a five question survey.…What is your role?…What departments do you work with?…Choose a couple.…How many hours do you spend in meetings each week?…And so on.…
You'll notice by the way that I can,…you know, enter any information that I want.…And I'm actually running this app, so I'm creating a record.…Unlike when I've simply been previewing the data,…we're writing a new record to our Excel workbook.…Look for next month's survey in your inbox.…Click explore other apps.…
- 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.