DynamicsCon Live May 2023

Kickstart your Power Apps Development with Power Fx

There’s a lot you can do with the no code capabilities of Power Apps but to really take your apps to the next level and add advanced logic you need to learn the formula language that Power Apps runs on, Power Fx. In this session, we’ll explore the fundamentals of Power Fx and how you can apply it to add logic to your canvas and model driven Power Apps.

This session with showcase how the various elements of the Power Platform integrated with Business Central can revolutionize the way SMB’s operate. This session with demonstrate what an organization can accomplish with digital transformation. This session will demo how Power Automate, Power Apps, and Power Virtual agents can interact with Business Central data, and show you how the solutions look on the back side. (Not a technical deep dive, but a high level overview of the steps and actions 👍)

Join us in this session to get started with Power Automate Desktop Flows, Microsoft’s Robotic Process Automation solution. During this session we will take a tour of the Power Automate Desktop application interface and capabilities, look at the available controls and discuss some of the basic concepts around Robotic Process Automation.

We will show you in a step-by-step demo how you can record user actions such as mouse clicks, keyboard use, and data entry, and then replay those actions to automate this process.

Join us in this session as we deploy and explore the components of the Power Platform Center of Excellence Starter Kit.

The Microsoft Power Platform CoE Starter Kit is a collection of components and tools that are designed to help you get started with developing a strategy for adopting and supporting Microsoft Power Platform, with a focus on Power Apps, Power Automate, and Power Virtual Agents.

Are you tired of settling for near real-time integrations and hidden integration errors? In this session you’ll learn about how to integrate D365 FSCM environments with Dataverse through true real-time dual-write integration.

Dataverse is becoming a critical hub to connect to multiple apps such as Sales, HR, and the whole Power Platform, so you should learn how it works and how to work with it.

We’ll discuss lessons learned in the trenches implementing dual-write and explain the core concepts and benefits of this technology. You’ll also learn some of the pitfalls and gaps in the tool

Canvas Apps can significantly extend the functionality of Model-Driven Apps (including the Dynamics 365 CE apps). Perhaps more importantly, Dialogs and Task Flows are deprecated and may no longer be available in future versions.

In this session, you will learn the latest available methods and features for creating Canvas Apps to extend the functionality of Model-Driven apps by embedding them directly into your forms and navigation. You’ll walk away with over a dozen practical how-to video guides to bring back to the office!

Join me for this session where I will share my top tips for building PowerApps! This introductory session will help you: shorten your learning curve, build your confidence AND impress your boss 😊 If you are new to PowerApps or just looking for a few shortcuts that maybe you overlooked, this session is for you!

Security is one of the most important components of administering your Dataverse environment. But where to begin? We will discuss the basics of permissions, roles, teams and more. Of course, this will be all topped off with best practices and tips for success!

This presentation will show you how workflows can be Setup in BC for the approval of master records, Journals, Sales and Purchase documents. You will also learn how to define the financial thresholds for approvals, define multiple approvers and have different set of approvers based on dimension values. Let’s take a look at:

How to Setup Workflow User Groups.
How to Setup Workflows.
How to define multiple approvers.
How to define financial thresholds.
How to limit approvers to certain dimension values.

You’ve connected to your data source and generated a table with parameters in Power BI Report builder, but the basic structure of your report leaves something to desire. Now what?

In this session, users will learn how to tackle a mix of structural and formatting challenges that often plague paginated report developers, such as getting headers to repeat on each page, leveraging date pickers, and incorporating two datasets within the same table. Attendees will leave with links to the sample files and instructions they can reference in future when tackling their own reports.

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