Awesome showcase of how you can, using a simple Power Automate flow, extract EXIF metadata from files in SharePoint such as Location data (Longitude. Latitude & Altitude) and Basic Tags in your Power Apps
This blog demonstrates how App Makers can consume content from SharePoint using dynamic data sources leveraging the Graph v2 APIs with Power Automate flows within their Power Apps. The general highly reusable concepts can equally enable countless other Power App use cases.
I recently had a requirement to customize a SharePoint list using Power Apps that include 50+ fields defined as Currency fields in SharePoint (300+ fields in total – must be some kind of record 🤣).
Showcase of a Power App solution that displays thumbnail images / photos stored in SharePoint Document Library using a Power Apps SharePoint datasource.
This blog series showcases, by way of example, an approach to solicit feedback from users of your PowerApps, such as bugs, questions and general guidance etc.
Most bespoke developed apps don’t provide any capabilities with regards to performing certain functions for which the purpose of the app was subsequently designed and developed for.
Equally it is rare to find a custom developed app wherein the scope includes implementing a feedback-type feature such that the same capability could perhaps be utilized to solicit suggestions wrt how the app could possibly be enriched and thus enabling broadening adoption of all your apps for that matter that leverage the technique demonstrated in the demo video showcased in this blog.
I’d like to believe this latest blog post takes #PowerApps to a whole new level and gets you excited about what you too can possibly do with it.
Demo app created in Power Apps with a mechanism for users to share feedback within the app such as bugs, suggestions, data change requests, improvements etc.
The home screen in the demo app also displays random rotating photos from a backend SharePoint document library where the photos depicted in the app have been uploaded.
Showcase of an awesome Power App surfacing highly compressed superb quality photos stored in SPO using Power Automate flows & the SharePoint v2 Graph APIs.
In this demo, 3 alternate technique are depicted to render the same documents stored in SharePoint within a Power App
1. Actual PDF documents
2. Word documents converted to PDF on-the-fly
3. Thumbnail images of the documents generated on-the-fly
The app showcased in this blog demonstrates how a Booking System can be implemented leveraging Power Apps, Power Automate flows, SharePoint, a Microsoft Word template and on-the-fly conversion of documents to PDFs
Wouldn’t it be awesome if you could display actual PDF documents stored in SharePoint in your Power Apps?
And wouldn’t it be even more cool if doing it was super easy ?.
Showcase of a Booking System & Email Campaigns Power App leveraging a SharePoint Document Library associated with MS Word template to automatically generate a Booking Confirmation document (alternative solution vs using the Word Online Premium Connector)
Demonstration wrt how to convert documents on-the-fly stored in SharePoint to PDFs using the Graph v2.0 APIs & render those within your PowerApps solutions
Demo of PowerApps solution to consume and render content from SharePoint Online such as photos by leveraging the Graph APIs and Flow within your own apps.
The source code for the demo apps showcased in my previous blog, SharePoint Images Powered Up In Power Apps, has been shared on GitHub. For further details wrt this, read more!
This blog post articulates and demonstrates how App Makers can render photos stored in SharePoint Document Libraries leveraging the SharePoint RenderListDataAsStream REST API within their Power Apps.