Speaker: Hardit Bhatia | (Local Time)
Power Apps controls although configurable are very basic in look and feel. They make Power Apps look different than native phone apps. This session will walk you through a detailed step-by-step design for various controls – text input field, tooltips, floating action buttons, and date picker control, making Power Apps look as beautiful and functional than any native phone app!
The meeting recording can be found here
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This is a free community driven conference.
Speaker: Éric Sauvé | (Local Time)
You may have seen or heard about the AI Builder models. They the business users withinin your organization to easily learn and apply Machine Learning concepts in an easy to use interface.
Now, it’s your turn to understand what the different solutions and components are.
In this session, we will cover the overview of the models that can be trained, the components that can be used in Canvas Apps and Model-Driven Apps, the CDS data that is affected by the AI Builder models as well as how to create Flows in Power Automate that use these models as well as the prebuilt models.
Speaker: Tomasz Poszytek | (Local Time)
Cards are in Office 365 for some time already. Originally created as Message Cards after some time rebuilt from nearly a scratch to become Adaptive Cards. Today they can be used in Microsoft Teams and Outlook. This session will let you to learn: What is a difference betweeen Message and Adaptive Cards, How to design cards, How to use them - a working example What to expect from version 2.0 announced during MS Build conference. Process designers should make their processes as intuitive as possible, allowing their participants to take their part in the most effective way, whether this is an e-mail, Teams conversation or a task somewhere in Office 365. Using Cards helps creating new channel for efficient participation in business processes.