Microsoft PowerApps: Using the Common Data Service

Microsoft PowerApps: Using the Common Data Service
Microsoft PowerApps: Using the Common Data Service
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1h 23m | 176 MB

With the Common Data Service for Apps (CDS for Apps), you can securely store your organization’s data and use it to create mobile-first business apps that also run in browsers. This cutting-edge tech—based on a partnership between Microsoft, SAP, and Adobe—allows you to use prebuilt and custom entities to store data in a way that makes the most sense for your business. In this course, Gini shows how to use and customize the Common Data Service for Apps for use with the Power Platform to create data-rich applications for Dynamics, SharePoint, and Office 365. She explains how to set up CDS, build new apps, define entities and relationships, create data flows between applications with business rules, and create environments and databases using CDS for Apps.

Topics include:

  • Creating and saving an app
  • Creating custom CDS entities
  • Adding relationships to entities
  • Adding data to entities
  • Defining fields
  • Creating business rules
  • Editing a model-driven app
  • Creating an environment
  • Creating a CDS for Apps database
Table of Contents

Introduction
1 Build powerful apps using the Common Data Service
2 What you need for this course

Use the Common Data Service (CDS)
3 The Common Data Service The basics
4 Log in to PowerApps
5 Make a canvas app using CDS for apps
6 Save your app

Work with CDS Entities and Relationships
7 Explore the CDS entities
8 Create a custom entity in PowerApps
9 Add and customize text fields and option groups
10 Add a relationship to a custom entity
11 Customize views and forms
12 Add data to an entity using Power Query
13 Dynamics 365 and the Common Data Service

Work with CDS Fields and Logic
14 Define a calculated field
15 Edit a calculation to add a condition
16 Delete a field
17 Add fields to support the business rule
18 Add a condition to a business rule
19 Add actions to a business rule
20 Validate save and activate the business rule
21 Preview a model-driven sample app
22 Edit a model-driven app in the app designer

Set Up an Environment
23 Create an environment
24 Create a CDS for Apps database

Conclusion
25 Next steps