Tag Archives: PowerApps

Application Insights for Canvas Apps?

In the new blog post, Power Platform product team is featuring Application Insights integration for Canvas Apps: https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/log-telemetry-for-your-apps-using-azure-application-insights/ It does look great, and it’s one of those eye-catching/cool features which won’t leave you indifferent for sure: Although, I can’t get rid of the feeling that we are now observing how “Citizen Developers” world is getting… Read More »

Is it a multiselect optionset? Nope… it’s an N:N lookup

If you ever wanted to have your own multiselect optionset which would be utilizing an N:N relationship behind the scene, here you go: It works and behaves similarly to the out-of-the-box multiselect optionset, but it’s not an option set. It’s a custom PCF control that’s relying on the N:N relationship to display those dropdown values… Read More »

Azure Architecture and Power Platform

I’ve been trying to catch up on the azure architecture lately using free learning material that Microsoft provides for the related az-300 exam: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/learn/certifications/exams/az-300 There is a lot to catch up on, since it’s definitely not my primary area of expertise, but now that I’m through about a quarter of that course, I can’t help… Read More »

“Default” property in the Canvas Apps controls – there is more to it than the name assumes

This comes straight from the Power Apps documentation: Default – The initial value of a control before it is changed by the user https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/maker/canvas-apps/controls/properties-core Actually, I never bothered to read that definition until recently, and, it seems, there is some discrepancy there. That definition seems to imply that “Default” will only affect your control’s initial… Read More »