After creating and saving an application, you can publish, making the current version of the app the live version for all users who have access. This allows you to modify the app without rolling out partial changes to users. Check the versions to verify which version is the current live version or to restore an earlier version of the app.
- [Instructor] I want to tell you about this Publish button.…The first time I saved this app, it was published.…It wasn't published publicly for other people.…It was published and I'm really the only user of this app.…But if I wish at this point,…I could share this app with other people.…That's available to me.…Once I have people using my app, this Publish button…becomes more important to me because I might have people…who are using the app and I want to update it,…but I want to wait until I make sure that all of the updates…that I've created have been tested and I'm ready…to push this new version out to my users.…
If I click See all versions, it actually takes me…to a page that looks like this.…Here are the versions.…Right now, if I had shared Version 1 with other users,…they would be using it.…In the meantime, I have done several edits.…If I wish, then, to publish Version 5,…notice that I can choose it here…and click Publish this version.…This is also how you'd roll back to a prior version,…to Version 4, for example, if you wanted to restore it.…
- 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.