This session is presented by Arpit Shravistava, a CRM Dynamics 365 Consultant and Architect works for the Indian company Capgemini. Arpit is also an ambassador for the 365 Saturday community who’s been active in numerous international events.
The ‘Power Platform’ is a collective term for three Microsoft products: Power BI, PowerApps, and Power Automate (previously known as Flow). They provide the means to help people easily manipulate, surface, automate, and analyze data and can be used with Office 365 and Dynamics 365 (as well as other third-party apps and other Microsoft services). The Power Platform is possible thanks to the Common Data Service (or CDS), which is essentially the underlying data platform that provides a unified and simplified data schema so that applications and services can inter-operate.
After getting started with PowerApps and building the very first applications, this session is one of the best ways to learn the best practices to develop PowerApps applications. Arpit will be teaching in this session the basic concepts of PowerApps and also revealing a few hidden features and components that will be of immense help throughout the PowerApps development journey.