PowerApps demo with an in-app feedback module & much more – Part 2

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.

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PowerApps: Booking System – Automated generation of PDF Booking Confirmation document using a Word template

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)

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Displaying high quality photos in PowerApps leveraging the SharePoint Graph APIs

Displaying images / photos stored in SharePoint with PowerApps historically has proved challenging for many frustrated App Makers. The Graph v2 APIs to the rescue…

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SharePoint RenderListDataAsStream: PowerApps and Power Automate Showcase

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!

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SharePoint Images Powered Up In PowerApps

This blog post articulates and demonstrates how App Makers can render photos stored in SharePoint Document Libraries leveraging the RenderListDataAsStream REST API within PowerApps.

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