Speaker: Jim Novak | (Local Time)
Take a look under the hood of Dynamics Portals one of its building blocks: Liquid Templates. Where did Liquid Templates originate, where can we use them in our Portals Solution, and what are some real world examples of customizing Power Portals with Liquid Templates.
Speaker: Chuck Sterling | (Local Time)
While you may already familiar with Power BI, PowerApps and perhaps Microsoft Flow; you may not know that Microsoft is bringing these tools together into a unified brand called: the Microsoft Power platform. In this session Microsoft Senior Program Manager, Charles Sterling will give an all demo introduction to these products AND how you can use these products together with other offerings such as their new database engine called Common Data Service for Apps and Microsoft Forms to create very sophisticated “no code/low code” solutions for Business Analysts and citizen developers.
Speaker: Aiden Kaskela | (Local Time)
Session about replicating your workflows in Flow. This is intended for Dynamics users who are new to Flow, to demonstrate how easy it is to make the transition and perform core features in a new technology. Covers differences between WF and Flow triggers, scope, limitations, and how to overcome shortcomings in the out of the box tools.
Speaker: Michael Ochs | (Local Time)
In this session we'll demonstrate how you can use a little bit of code to make Flow even more powerful. The session is intended for every level of Flow user, as long as you have a good understanding of Flow's capabilities and it's purpose. For as much as Flow can do there are just as many things it can't and when you reach the end of Flow's capabilities you may require a little bit of code to help your project to the finish line. This is primarily a demo session and we'll show how to build custom Flow plugins, from scratch, that leverage Azure Functions to extend Flows capabilities. The session focuses on two areas of extending out of the box flow capabilities. 1. Handling data validation that can't be accomplished using out-of-the-box functions 2. Extending existing connectors to provide more capabilities to grow your Flow to places never seen before. Make sure to stay tuned all the way to the end!
Speaker: Nick Doelman | (Local Time)
Model Driven and Canvas based PowerApps provide incredibly powerful tools for building business applications for internal users. What about external audiences such as customers and partners? The Power Platform April 2019 release notes indicate the arrival of PowerApps Portals, which is based on the Dynamics 365 Portals platform. This session provides an introduction to building a Model Driven App and the steps to securely expose it to an external audience via the PowerApps Portals.