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Mastering Power Apps: A Comprehensive Learning Path for Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced Levels

Introduction Power Apps is a low-code platform for building custom business applications that run on multiple devices and platforms. With Power Apps, you can create custom forms, workflows, and reports that meet your specific business needs. It is designed for both technical and non-technical users, making it easy to create, share, and deploy custom apps without writing any code. The Complete Power Apps Learning Path is a comprehensive guide to mastering Power Apps and taking your skills to the next level. Beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels make up this learning route.   Beginner Level The beginner level is designed for those who are new to Power Apps and want to learn the basics. You will learn how to create and customize Power Apps forms, workflows, and reports, and how to connect them to various data sources. You will also learn about basic formulas and expressions in Power Apps, and how to deploy and share your apps with others. Introduction to Power Apps:

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central 2023 Release Wave 1: New Features and Enhancements Announced

Hi Everyone, I visited the Microsoft Dynamics 365 blog and was excited to see the Dynamics 365 2023 release wave 1 plan  You can find the outline of the blog here  According to the official Microsoft article, the release will be available starting in April and will include new features and enhancements in areas such as: Financial Management: new capabilities include enhanced cash management, intercompany accounting, and inventory cost management. Sales and Marketing: new features include enhancements to sales forecasting, lead management, and more. Supply Chain and Project management: New features include improved warehouse management, inventory management, demand forecasting, project management, and time and expense management. Customer Service: This includes enhancements to case management, service level agreements, and more. Platform: This includes new capabilities for low-code development, improved data integration, and more.

Power BI in Action: Practical Use Cases and Success Advice

Introduction to Power BI Microsoft created the business intelligence and data visualisation application known as Power BI. It allows users to connect to various data sources, transform and clean the data, create interactive visualizations, and share insights with others. Power BI has a user-friendly interface and a wide variety of built-in visualization options, making it easy for users to create interactive and informative reports and dashboards. It also has powerful data modeling and transformation capabilities, as well as support for advanced calculations and measures. There are two primary versions of Power BI: Power BI Desktop and Power BI Service. Power BI Desktop is a Windows application that can be used to create and publish reports and dashboards, while Power BI Service is a cloud-based service that allows users to view, share, and collaborate on reports and dashboards. In addition to its core features, Power BI also offers a number of additional features and capabilities, suc

AL coding guidelines in Business central - Application Language

Introduction The most effective procedures for creating AL code for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. It covers several topics, including: Naming conventions: The recommendations advise using camel case for local variable names and Pascal case for variable and function names.   They also recommend using a specific naming convention for functions, such as "FunctionName(InputType1: Type1, InputType2: Type2): ReturnType". Formatting: The guidelines recommend using a consistent indentation and spacing style throughout your code, and placing the opening curly brace of a function on the same line as the function name. Comments: The guidelines recommend providing clear and concise comments throughout your code, explaining the purpose of each function, variable, and other elements. Error handling: The guidelines recommend using the "ERROR" function to handle errors and exceptions, rather than using the "raise"

Business Central Objects

Hi friends, I. Introduction A. Explanation of what Business Central is B. Overview of objects in Business Central II. Types of Objects in Business Central A. Tables B. Pages C. Reports D. Codeunits E. Queries   III. Creating and Modifying Objects A. How to create a new object in Business Central B. How to modify an existing object C. Best practices for creating and modifying objects   IV. Using Objects in Business Central A. How to navigate to and use objects in the user interface B. How to access objects programmatically using code C. Examples of common use cases for objects in Business Central   V. Conclusion A. Summary of key points B. Additional resources for learning more about objects in Business Central.     I. Introduction A. Explanation of what Business Central is Business Central is a cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) software that is part of the Microsoft Dynamics 365 suite of tools. It is designed for small to

Assisted Setup for Power BI in Business Central: Part 1: Preparing Data Set

Introduction Business Central data can be retrieved using Power BI, allowing you to create dashboards and reports. When compared to the rigidity of Business Central reports, Power BI's customizable display, data merging, and drill-down capabilities make it an attractive alternative. There are some Power BI reports that can be viewed directly within Business Central, without the need to switch to a different application. If you're a Business Central user or partner, you've probably seen the Power BI Reports in the Role Center. In this post, we will see how to prepare business central data for Power BI using assisted setup (Web services)  Important points to note You need a Power BI license You should have a Power BI account and should have logged in with the account Let's get started Step 1: Download and Install Power BI Power BI Desktop must be installed before you can generate Power BI reports. Access your data graphically using the Power BI Desktop's drag-and-drop