- January 24, 2019
- Posted by: Todd Baginski
- Category: News
Canviz is excited to be part of the growing PowerApps community and we’re doing our part to help foster it’s growth.
In December, Microsoft published the PowerApps Canvas App Coding Standards and Guidelines whitepaper. Todd Baginski (Canviz) co-authored the whitepaper with Pat Dunn who leads the internal PowerApps development team at Microsoft to create the Microsoft Thrive suite of PowerApps.
About the whitepaper: Once you understand how to build a simple canvas PowerApp, this white paper will help you take it to the next level. The standards and guidelines are targeted at the enterprise application maker (developer) who is responsible for designing, building, testing, deploying, and maintaining PowerApps apps in a small business, corporate, or government environment. We feel that adherence to these guidelines will help developers in these areas:
- Ease of deployment and administration
- PowerApps Community Call
- Monthly cadence
In January, the inaugural PowerApps Community Call was held. Todd Baginski (Canviz), and Audrie Gordon from the PowerApps team at Microsoft host the call every month on the third Wednesday.
The monthly agenda for the call includes…
- Latest news and community contributions
- Meet the product teams behind PowerApps
- Technical deep dives
Add the call to your calendar and join the fun learning atmosphere https://aka.ms/PowerAppsCommunityCall
You can also submit your community content to have it showcased on the call. Just Tweet a link to your community content with the hashtag #PowerAppsCC.
Everyone who Tweets is automatically entered into the 1st quarter raffle to win an Xbox!
In case you missed the January 2019 PowerApps Community Call, you can watch the video, get the deck, download the sample PowerApp Todd demoed, and see all the Q&A from the call at the link below. Enjoy!
Learn more about other PowerApps community contributions we have made and the PowerApps services we offer.