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As a Power Apps Developer, your skills will include building a Power BI Dashboard, creating simple Power Apps, automating a process with Power Automate and many more.
Get an introduction to cloud computing and Microsoft Power Platform services. The module provides detailed knowledge on how to create chatbots, web apps, and building applications. Learn to use Microsoft Power Platform tools like Power Virtual Agent, Power Automate, Power BI, and Power Apps.
Learn the difference between Dataverse and Dataverse for Teams. Understand what Microsoft Dataverse is and how to use common standard tables to describe places, people, and things. The module also covers business logic, like real-time workflows, business rules, and actions.
Get to know the concepts of Power Apps and Power BI. Understand the difference between model-driven apps and canvas apps, Power BI Desktop and Power BI Service, along with the distinction between workspaces and dashboards. Learn to identify uses of visualization controls such as bar, scatter plots, donut, pie, and KPIs and how to use Power BI in mobile apps.
The curriculum of the Power Apps training course is designed by industry professionals keeping in mind the real-world requirements of the corporate world. Other than general guidelines, you will have help with preparing a resume, potential interview questions, mock interviews, and a reliable certification to go with it.
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1.1: Introduction to cloud computing
1.2: What is the Power Platform
1.3: Describe the business value of Microsoft Power Platform services 1.4: Using PowerBI to gain insights into data
1.5: Using Power Apps to build applications quickly
1.6: Automate processes by using Power Automate
1.7: Use connectors to integrate services and data
1.8: Create powerful chatbots by using the Power Virtual Agents web app and Power Virtual Agents in Microsoft Teams
2.1: Working of Microsoft Power Platform apps work with Dynamics 365 apps
2.2: Working of Microsoft Power Platform business solutions work with Microsoft 365 apps and services
2.3: How Microsoft Power Platform apps work together
2.4: Using Microsoft Power Platform solutions with Microsoft Teams
2.5: How Microsoft Power Platform business solutions consume Microsoft Azure services, including Azure Cognitive Services
2.6: How Microsoft Power Platform business solutions consume third-party apps and services
2.7: Describe use cases for AppSourceDownload Brochure
3.1: Microsoft Power Platform implementation of security, including awareness of Microsoft Dataverse security roles, Azure, Identity Services, and Access Management (IAM)
3.2: Manage apps and users
3.3: Describe environments
3.4: Describe where to perform specific administrative tasks, including Microsoft Power Platform admin center and Microsoft 365 admin center
3.5: Describe data policies
3.6: How Microsoft Power Platform supports privacy and accessibility guidelines
3.7: Microsoft Power Platform governance capabilities
3.8: Describe analytics and how they can be used
4.1: Microsoft Dataverse Overview
4.2: Difference between databases and Dataverse
4.3: Differences between Dataverse and Dataverse for Teams
4.4: Tables, columns, and relationships
4.5: Using common standard tables to describe people, places, and things
4.6: Describe business logic uses, including business rules, real-time workflows, and actions
4.7: Dataflows and their uses
4.8: Solutions and their purpose
5.1: Describe triggers, including trigger types and where triggers are used
5.2: Describe actions
5.3: Describe licensing options for connectors, including standard or premium tier
5.4: Identify use cases for custom connectors
6.1: Introduction to Power Apps
6.2: Identify and describe uses for visualization controls, including pie, bar, donut, and scatter plots and KPIs
6.3: Power BI Desktop Reports, Data, and Model tabs
6.4: Compare and contrast Power BI Desktop and Power BI Service 6.5: Compare and contrast dashboards, workspaces, and reports
6.6: Power BI security model
6.7: Using Power BI in mobile apps
7.1: Connect to and combine data from multiple sources, including Microsoft Excel
7.2: How to use Power Query to clean and transform data
7.3: Implement aggregate functions
7.4: Identify available types of data sources, including Microsoft Excel 7.5: Describe use cases for shared datasets
7.6: Describe use cases for template apps
7.7: Describe options for viewing Power BI reports and dashboards
8.1: Create a Power BI report
8.2: Create a Power BI dashboard
8.3: Publish and share reports and dashboards
9.1: Differences between canvas apps and model-driven apps
9.2: Describe use cases for formulas
10.1: Types of data sources
10.2: Connect to data sources by using connectors
10.3: Create an app from data
10.4: Use controls to design the user experience
10.5: Publish and share an app
10.6: Describe embedding into Microsoft Teams
11.1: Create a model-driven app from tables
11.2: Modify forms
11.3: Create and modify views and columns
11.4: Publish and share an app
12.1: Identify flow types, including desktop, cloud, and business process flows
12.2: Use cases for flows and available flow templates
12.3: How Power Automate uses connector triggers and actions
12.4: Describe loops and conditions, including switch, do until, and apply to each
12.5: Describe expressions
12.6: Describe use cases for approvals
12.7: Describe the Power Automate apps, including Power Automate Desktop, Power Automate mobile, and Power Automate portal
13.1: Create a cloud flow by using the scheduled, automated, or instant flow template
13.2: Modify a cloud flow
13.3: Use flow steps to perform data operations
13.4: Run a cloud flow
14.1: Power Virtual Agents overview
14.2: Use cases for Power Virtual Agents within Microsoft Teams
14.3: Describe entities, topics, and actions
14.4: Describe the authoring canvas, question nodes, message nodes, trigger phrases, and conditions.
15.1: Create a topic
15.2: Create a chatbot
15.3: Call an action
15.4: Publish a chatbot
15.5: Launch a Power Automate flow from a chatbot
Our tutors are real business practitioners who hand-picked and created assignments and projects for you that you will encounter in real work.
Develop a mobile app that allows the user to seamlessly get expense approvals using PowerApps.
Develop an app that allows the company to manage employees’ return to office in the most effective and safe manner after the months-long practice of social distancing in the workplace following the pandemic.
Develop a Service Request App that is interactive and allows the user to submit an IT service request using the Microsoft Power Apps platform.