Hello PowerApps Users,
PowerApps is in demand nowadays because of its remarking features such as:
As a beginner in developing any application, the first step we do is CRUD operations. Same is the case in Power Apps.
On the internet, we have scattered information regarding CRUD operations, and hence it becomes difficult for a beginner to expedite the development by seeking information from multiple different articles.
So, to guide PowerApps beginners, we have compiled a series of blogs on CRUD Operations in Power Apps for our fellow PowerApps users:
We have segregated the blog into 5 major parts as below:
In this blog, we are focusing on Connection, as connection is the most crucial part of any implementation. Connection refers to what data source we’re using as a backend. Here, we are taking SharePoint as a connector.
Note: You can take any other connector of your convenience. And if you face any issues while connecting with your connector, feel free to post comments here. We will try our best to resolve your issue. 🙂
Here, we have taken a scenario where multiple Teacher logs entries of their Students’ details in the SharePoint list using Power Apps.
Here, we’ve created a SharePoint Site, “SharePoint Patching Site” wherein we have created 3 SharePoint lists namely:
Below is the overview of the SharePoint site and the Lists which we’ve created and going to use to perform the CRUD Operations in Power Apps.
Connecting Data Source in Power Apps:
Go to Power Apps and create a new tablet-sized Canvas App. Here, we have named it – “PowerApps SharePoint Patching App”.
To connect to data source, do as follows:
Thus, in this blog, we learned how we can connect any connectors in Power Apps and establish a proper connection at our convenience. And in our use case, we have used SharePoint & Office365 Users as connectors.
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