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How Professional Developers can use low-code Microsoft Power Apps and Teams to drive agility and collaboration within your organization
With major business disruption during the pandemic in 2020, Microsoft Power Apps and Teams were tools that quickly realized their value for being able to help teams collaborate and automate manual processes. To help understand how Power Apps and Teams can work together to help your organization, Professional developers have pulled together a series of 16 articles that help you, a professional developer, get started using low-code within a collaboration tool to simplify how your teams navigate their day-to-day tasks.
Get ready to jump in and learn how low-code Power Apps can help your business.
Power Apps Solution for Professional Developers Series
We explain why professional developers should care about Power Apps and Teams as well as where these tools fit within the software development and deployment landscape. We will also provide guidance on when it makes sense to use Power Apps instead of traditional development tools. Next, we demo how to build a Power App within Teams and export the app if needed.
- Power Apps for Professional Developers 1: Power Apps + Teams Overview
- Power Apps for Professional Developers 2: How to build Power Apps
- Power Apps for Professional Developers 3: Exporting Teams Apps
Building a Teams Power Apps Solution with a Customer Connector Series
We explain why professional developers should care about Power Apps and Teams and dive into how they can use a customer connector within the Team’s environment. The next articles then dive into app flows and how to think about updating information within the customer connector.
- Building a Teams Power App Using a Custom Connector Part 1: Introduction to Using Custom Connectors in Power Apps for Microsoft Teams
- Building a Teams Power App Using a Custom Connector Part 2: Integrating Power App Flow to Update Information
- Building a Teams Power App Using a Custom Connector Part 3: Editing Data and Writing Back to the App
Building a Teams Power Apps Solution with an SAP Connector Series
Have SAP? Look at these articles to see how you can use the SAP connector with Microsoft Power Apps within your Microsoft Teams environment. There are also posts on reading and highlighting your app and how to write back data.
- Building a Teams Power App with an SAP Connector Part 1: Creating Environments and Adding a Connector
- Building a Teams Power App Using the SAP Connector Part 2: Reading and Displaying SAP Data in a Power App
- Building a Teams Power App Using the SAP Connector Part 3: Writing Data from a Power App Back to SAP
Building a Teams Power Apps Solution for Retail Series
We explore how to create a customer information application for a personalized retail shopping service, using Power Apps for Microsoft Teams. We will go into components of the app, including data entry and customer display UI.
- Building a Teams Power App for Retail 2: Creating a Customer Information Data Entry UI
- Building a Teams Power App for Retail 3: Creating a Customer Display UI
Building a Teams Power Apps Solution for Manufacturing Series
In this series, we look at a classic example of an ordering system. What could be a very manual task, we show you how to build a Power Apps solution. This includes creating UI’s for both customers and manufacturers.
- Build a Teams Power App for Manufacturing 1: Get Started with Dataverse
- Build a Teams Power App for Manufacturing 2: Create the Customer UI
- Build a Teams Power App for Manufacturing 3: Create the Manufacturer UI
As you can see there are many ways Power Apps can help various organizations be more agile. To learn more, check out Business Apps | Microsoft Power Apps or reach out to your Microsoft representative.