In recent weeks I have posted a few blogs on how App Makers can leverage a Flow and the latest…
The app showcased in this blog demonstrates how a Booking system can be implemented leveraging PowerApps and the broader Office 365 ecosystem, including Microsoft Flow, SharePoint Online, Microsoft Word, dynamic on-the-fly conversion of documents to PDFs as well as various other techniques and patterns I have blogged on in recent times.
The base Booking system app was further enhanced to provide users with the ability to send out email campaigns to previous customers who had embarked on a cruise with them before.
Wouldn’t it be awesome if you could fill in a booking form in PowerApps that creates an item in a list in SharePoint, which in turn triggers a Flow that automates the creation of a Microsoft Word document, converts that document to a PDF which is then automatically emailed to the person who requested the booking!
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 PowerApps, has been shared on GitHub. For further details wrt this, read more!
This blog post articulates and demonstrates how App Makers can render images stored in SharePoint Online leveraging the RenderListDataAsStream REST API within their PowerApps.