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Getting Started with Model-driven Apps in Power Apps

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Model-driven apps offer a no-code way to develop rich, responsive apps on top of your data. This course will teach you how to develop an end-to-end model-driven app using Power Apps.

Companies need to rapidly develop business applications that leverage data from a variety of sources. That’s what Power Apps is all about—offering a no-code solution for developing rich, responsive apps on top of business data. In this course, Getting Started with Model-driven Apps in Power Apps (PL-100), you’ll learn to develop an end-to-end model-driven app using Power Apps. First, you’ll see how to set up a development environment and a Power Apps solution. Next, you’ll explore the data model in Dataverse, working with tables and relationships, and then compose the model-driven app, customizing the user interface. Finally, you’ll learn how to share the app with others and embed it in Microsoft Teams. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of model-driven Power Apps needed to rapidly develop business applications on top of your data.

Syllabus

  • Course Overview 1min
  • Getting Started with Power Apps in a Development Environment 15mins
  • Designing and Creating the Data Model in Dataverse 22mins
  • Composing a Model-driven App 46mins
  • Understanding Security Roles 12mins
  • Sharing Model-driven Apps 8mins
  • Managing Solutions and App Versions 10mins
  • Course Summary and Next Steps 4mins

Taught by

Amber Israelsen

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