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Build Cloud Inventory Management App with PowerApps and SharePoint

In this video, you will learn how to Build a Cloud Inventory Management App. You will also learn how to Create SharePoint List and connect PowerApps to it. You will also learn how to create a Dashboard and add Power BI Dashboard inside PowerApps.  You will also learn how to add Barcode Scanner and the PowerApps Search Function, Filter Function & combine both. These functions are useful to allow users to search through all items in your data source and/or filter your data. We will build a search box, look at delegation (working with large data sources e.g. SharePoint Lists) & understand why Search function may not return all items with SharePoint as a data source. We will explore delegable functions like StartsWith & look at a technique of performing search against a filtered (delegable) result set. ⏱ Timestamps: 0:00 - Intro 2:31 - Step 1: Create SharePoint List and connect PowerApps to it 4:17 - Step 2: Create Home, Dashboard and Contact Screen 20:13 - How to Setup Search

Build an inventory management app using Microsoft Powerapps

Build an inventory management app using PowerApps | Tutorial | Step by step What is Power Apps? Microsoft designed Power Apps to let you build business applications based on your data. Specifically, it allows you to create the app that best suits your needs with your own database, without any programming or development skills. Your custom applications can be fully linked to your Microsoft solutions or other IT tools already used in your business.. PowerApps is, fundamentally, a development platform for mobile and web apps. PowerApps is generally quite easy to learn. You can also use Azure to extend low-code apps built with Power Apps and create enterprise solutions that scale to meet your organization’s needs. Professionally manage your enterprise app development using Azure DevOps, plus tap into the power of reusable components, AI services, and your entire data estate on Azure. PowerApps uses low-code, a software development technique that enables users to design and develop apps by