Build basic business apps without any development skills.
Learn how to quickly create and share apps using data from SharePoint, Excel, Dynamics, and Salesforce.
Learn about PowerApps templates
Microsoft PowerApps makes it easy for virtually any business or employee in a company to build basic mobile and web-based business apps . No programming or app development skills required. With PowerApps, users can more easily create mobile apps that communicate essential data to other employees and stakeholders. They can do this without having to requisition developer resources, thereby cutting overhead, costs, and enterprise red tape.
This course will teach students how to design, build and publish modern mobile first and interactive forms using Microsoft PowerApp without the need to write a single line of code.
In this course, you will get up and running with PowerApps and learn all the important features. We'll go through how to create and share apps using data from SharePoint, Excel, Dynamics, and Salesforce. We'll also get into the different PowerApps templates and how to use a template to create an app.
Who this course is for:
Business owners, Entrepreneurs, Team Managers
Anyone interested in learning how to use Microsoft PowerApps
Rating: 4.5 out of 5a year ago
The "Fundamentals of Microsoft PowerApps" course was a very good introduction to this O365 application. It hasn't been updated in line with the recent changes in the PoswerApps itself which I might add seems to be rapid. However, it covered enough functionalities and features that have made me comfortable and confident with PowerApps moving forward. I understand that I'll have to put in more training and work time, into learning said app on the path to mastering it.
William is a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) with extensive skills in ASP.NET, Silverlight, SQL Server, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, performance and load testing. He's led Development Teams and has been the Architect on several large web applications. He has worked as Senior Technical Instructor for large corporations, leveraging his extensive development experience.