PL-100T00 – Microsoft Power Platform App Maker

Price: $2,391.00 (ex. GST)
Code: PL-100T00
Duration: 3 days
Location: Virtual Classroom (AEST)
Schedule: Virtual Classroom (AEST)
  • 27/05/2024 - 29/05/2024
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  • 25/11/2024 - 27/11/2024
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Introduction

This course will teach you how to build apps with low-code techniques to simplify, automate, and transform business tasks and processes using Microsoft Power Platform. This course contains a 1-day Applied Workshop. This workshop will allow you to practice your App Maker skills by creating an end-to-end solution to solve a problem for a fictitious company. The solution will include a Microsoft Dataverse database, Power Apps canvas app, and Power Automate flows.

Audience Profile

The App Maker builds solutions to simplify, automate, and transform tasks and processes for themselves and their team where they have deep expertise in the solution business domain. They have basic data modeling, user experience design, requirements analysis, and process analysis skills. The App Maker creates and enforces business processes, structures digital collection of information, improves efficiency of repeatable tasks, and automates business processes. The App Maker uses the Maker tools of Power Platform to solve business problems. They may use advanced features of Microsoft apps and third-party productivity tools. The App Maker is aware of the capabilities and limitations of available tools and understands how to apply them. The App Maker is self-directed, and solution focused. They may not have formal IT training but are comfortable using technology to solve business problems with a personal growth mindset. They understand the operational need and have a vision of the desired outcome. They approach problems with phased and iterative strategies.

Prerequisites

  • Basic data modeling, user experience design, requirements analysis, and process analysis skills.
  • A personal growth mindset and are comfortable using technology to solve business problems.
  • An understanding of the operational need and have a vision of the desired outcome. They approach problems with phased and iterative strategies.

Onsite Training?

If you need training for three or more people, ask us about training at your site. You can enjoy the convenience of reduced travel cost and time, as well as a familiar environment for your staff. Additionally, we can customise the course for your business needs.

Power Virtual Agents capabilities and features are now part of Microsoft Copilot Studio, after significant investments in generative AI and enhanced integrations across Microsoft Copilot.

Some articles and screenshots might refer to Power Virtual Agents while we update documentation and training content.

 

This module introduces the core Microsoft Power Platform functionality that you should be aware of as a maker. Additionally, it provides scenarios on where you might use each element.

 

Learning objectives

This module explains the following concepts:

  • How to identify which Microsoft Power Platform component to use based on a specific scenario.
  • How to determine what type of app you should create based on your needs.
  • Dataverse and directions on when and how to apply it.
  • Environments and how makers use them.
  • Copilot and why it matters to you as a maker.

Dataverse lets you securely store and manage data that’s used by business applications. Standard and custom tables within Dataverse provide a secure and cloud-based storage option for your data.

Learning objectives

This module explains how to:

  • Create tables with Dataverse
  • Import data into a Dataverse database

Do you want to create new data columns or use existing standardized columns for your business solutions? This module shows you how to manage or create new columns within a table in Dataverse.

Learning objectives

This module explains:

  • What a column is in Dataverse.
  • The types of columns that are available in Dataverse.
  • How to add a column to a table.
  • What a primary name column is in Dataverse.
  • How to identify restrictions that are associated with columns.
  • How to create an auto-numbering column.
  • How to create an alternate key.

Dataverse lets you load data into or export tables from other tables by using Microsoft Excel. You can also create views to quickly review data that is stored within a table.

 

Learning objectives

In this module, you will:

  • View data within a table.
  • Create or edit views of data in a table.
  • Load data into a table.
  • Export data from a table.
  • Add, update, or delete data in a table by using Excel.
  • Import data using Power Query in Maker Portal
  • Generate a new dataflow from an Excel Template
  • Learn about dataflows

Explore how you can use Microsoft Excel files to export and edit Microsoft Dataverse table data.

 

Learning objectives

In this module, you’ll:

  • Learn how to export data from Dataverse into Excel files.
  • Discover the different exported file types.
  • Learn about the security concepts for the exported data.

Microsoft Dataverse for Teams is a built-in, low-code data platform for Microsoft Teams that lets users build custom apps, workflows, chatbots, and dashboards in Teams by using Microsoft Power Apps, Power Virtual Agents, and Power Automate. Dataverse for Teams provides relational data storage, rich data types, enterprise-grade governance, and one-click solution deployment to the Teams app.

Learning objectives

In this module, you will:

  • Learn how to build apps, workflows, chatbots, and dashboards.
  • Learn how to provision Dataverse for Teams and then create a table for your data.

Today’s business problems increasingly require modern digital solutions. With a low-code platform, anyone with a great idea can build a digital app. Dataverse for Teams allows you to build modern digital apps and deploy them to help you and your team solve those problems.

Learning objectives

In this module, you will:

  • Create an app by using the hero template.
  • Customize and publish your app.
  • Install templates.

By using automated and scheduled flows, you can build powerful workflows inside of Microsoft Teams and increase productivity in your Microsoft Teams work.

Learning objectives

This module explains how to:

  • Build a flow to respond to changes in Teams.
  • Extend an app in Microsoft Power Apps to trigger a flow.
  • Schedule a flow to complete routine tasks.

Build your reports with Microsoft Power BI and Dataverse for Teams. This module explains how to import a dataset, create a report, edit reports, and share reports with others.

Learning objectives

In this module, you will:

  • Import a Microsoft Dataverse dataset into Power BI.
  • Create a new Power BI report based on the dataset.
  • Edit a report.
  • Share a report with others in Teams channels, chats, or meetings.

Learn what Power BI is, including its building blocks and how they work together.

Learning objectives

In this module, you will:

  • Learn how Power BI services and applications work together.
  • Explore how Power BI can make your business more efficient.
  • Learn how to create compelling visuals and reports.

As a consumer, you can use the Power BI service to review and interact with content that’s been shared with you. This module provides the foundational information that you need to work effectively in the Power BI service.

 

Learning objectives

In this module, you will learn how to:

  • Understand basic concepts and terminology of the Power BI service.
  • Find your content in dashboards, reports, and apps.
  • View and export data from dashboards and reports.
  • View filters that are used in a report.
  • Explain the relationship between dashboards and reports, visualizations, and tiles.
  • Display action menus for tiles and details for report visualizations.
  • Collapse and expand the nav pane and the filters and bookmarks panes.
  • Subscribe to a dashboard and report.
  • Set a data alert.
  • Collaborate by using dashboard commenting.

In this Learning Path, you’ll learn how to publish Power BI reports to the Power BI service. You’ll also learn how to create workspaces, manage related items, and data refreshes for up-to-date reports. Additionally, implement row-level security to restrict user access to relevant data without the need for multiple reports.

Microsoft Power BI dashboards are different than Power BI reports. Dashboards allow report consumers to create a single artifact of directed data that is personalized just for them. Dashboards can be composed of pinned visuals that are taken from different reports. Where a Power BI report uses data from a single semantic model, a Power BI dashboard can contain visuals from different semantic models.

 

Learning objectives

In this module, you’ll:

  • Set a mobile view.
  • Add a theme to the visuals in your dashboard.
  • Add real-time semantic model visuals to your dashboards.
  • Pin a live report page to a dashboard.

Secure, share, publish, and keep data up to date using workspaces in the Power BI service, empowering teams to discover limitless data insights.

 

Learning objectives

In this module, learn how to:

  • Share reports in Power BI.
  • Create scorecards with goals in Power BI.
  • Configure row-level security for a Power BI report.
  • Publish a Power BI data model to a workspace.
  • Control access to a workspace.
  • Create comments and personal bookmarks in a report.
  • Use endorsements to certify or promote datasets.
  • Protect data with Microsoft Purview Information Protection.
  • Apply refresh and alert schedules for a Power BI report.

You can embed any type of Power BI content in your apps. Including Power BI reports, report visuals, paginated reports, dashboards, dashboard tiles, and the Q&A experience. Your app can edit existing Power BI reports or create new ones, too.

Embedding Power BI content is always a client-side process. To assist your development effort, you can import client libraries that provide programmatic control of the entire embedding experience. You can also optimize the embedding experience by using bootstrap or phased embedding.

 Tip

Power BI is in a constant state of evolution, so be sure that you keep abreast of new features that are announced in the Microsoft Power BI Blog. You might discover new features and capabilities that you can apply to improve your existing reports.

 

Learning objectives

In this module, you learn to:

  • Programmatically embed all types of Power BI content.
  • Optimize the embedding experience.

Do you want to quickly build apps with little to no code? This module focuses on the building blocks of Dataverse and model-driven apps. These key components will help you build quick business apps in your organization.

 

Learning objectives

In this module, you will:

  • Discover the value and key features of Dataverse.
  • Learn about the value and key features of model-driven apps.
  • Explore sample model-driven template apps.

Model-driven app design is an approach that focuses on quickly adding components to your apps. These components include dashboards, forms, views, and charts. With little or no code, you can make apps that are simple or complex.

Learning objectives

This module explains these concepts:

  • Model-driven app design
  • Creating a model-driven app

In this module, you’ll learn about forms, grids, views, charts, and dashboards that can be used in model-driven apps.

Learning objectives

This module explains how to:

  • Use form elements and controls
  • Configure forms
  • Use specialized form components
  • Use editable grids
  • Identify views and use public views
  • Learn how to configure charts
  • Learn how to configure dashboards

In this module, students will learn about the role-based security model. They will also learn how to explore and navigate Dynamics 365 settings and configure a theme for the application.

 

Learning objectives

At the end of this module, you will be able to:

  • Manage role-based security
  • Explore customization functionality and customize themes

A model-driven app is a powerful app development tool within Microsoft Power Platform. Model-driven apps can build enterprise applications that run on user desktops or mobile devices. A form is an important component of a model-driven app. Forms function as an interface between the user and data that’s stored in Microsoft Dataverse. Forms consist of controls, data, and business logic. Apart from regular controls, specialized controls are available to help you complete typical business requirements.

 

Learning objectives

In this module, you’ll:

  • Learn about other components in a model-driven form.
  • Create a business process flow.
  • Embed a canvas app in a model-driven form.
  • Add a timeline in a model-driven form.
  • Create a report in a model-driven form.

Do you want to create apps to help make your business more efficient? Then this path is for you. It introduces you to Power Apps, helps you create and customize an app, and then manage and distribute it.

Controls help create a better experience for the user and collect the appropriate data. This module helps you understand and use Controls.

Learning objectives

This module explains these concepts:

  • Understand how to use controls in a canvas app
  • Use the different types of controls
  • Understand how Galleries and Forms relate to controls

Want to enhance or customize your Power Apps canvas app? You can use easy-to-write formulas to make changes in your app that include changing the format or position of controls, do simple math calculations, or implement conditional formatting in your design.

Learning objectives

This module explains how to:

  • Understand the basics of how to use formulas in a canvas app
  • Change the format of a date control
  • Use a formula to do simple math calculations
  • Change the position of an icon using a formula
  • Understand how to implement conditional formatting in canvas apps using a formula

Imperative development techniques can help you achieve the goal for your app. You will learn about different development methods and different variables in Power Apps.

Learning objectives

In this module, you will:

  • Understand imperative vs. declarative development
  • Understand the variables in Power Apps
  • Understand when to utilize each of the three different types of variables

Manage app versions, app sharing, and environments in Power Apps.

 

Learning objectives

In this module, you will:

  • Learn how to view and restore app versions.
  • Explore how to share an app, including permissions and notifications.
  • Learn about what environments are, how to create them, and how to manage security.
  • Find more information about Power Apps.

Do you want to use formulas to improve functionality and change a behavior in your Power Apps canvas app? This learning path can help you accomplish your goal.

 

Prerequisites

  • Basic understanding of how to create canvas apps in Power Apps.

In this module, you explore AI to generate a table of data and create a new app within Power Apps by using the Copilot tool.

 

Learning objectives

This module explains how to:

  • Create a canvas app by using Copilot in Power Apps.
  • Customize the Dataverse table data that Copilot generates.
  • Add more data to the table.

This learning path introduces you to Power Automate, teaches you how to build workflows, and how to administer flows.

Prerequisites

  • Familiarity with SharePoint, OneDrive, and Excel.

With the process advisor capability in Power Automate, you can record existing business processes and analyze them to increase efficacy by tracking completion times and mapping various actions that are involved. The first step to automating a solution is knowing the process, and process advisor helps simplify that task.

 

Learning objectives

This module explains how to:

  • Create your first recording.
  • Edit recordings and group actions.
  • Analyze recordings and interpret results.

This module covers how to create flows by using Copilot in Power Automate. Learn how to refine your flow by using Copilot and how to use the format through example AI capabilities. Copilot in Power Automate helps you automate tedious tasks and save time. It’s user-friendly and helps you create workflows faster and more efficiently.

 

Learning objectives

This module explains the following concepts:

  • Features and capabilities of Copilot in Power Automate.
  • How to create and manage flows with Copilot in Power Automate.

This module introduces the triggers and actions that you can use to build flows in Power Automate with Dataverse.

 

Learning objectives

This module explains the following concepts:

  • Dataverse triggers and actions in Power Automate.
  • Other available inputs.

This learning path prepares you to complete the app maker challenge project and validate your skills as an app maker. You should have already completed the following modules as part of the PL-100: Microsoft Power Platform App Maker course. If you haven’t, it’s recommended that you take some time to complete these modules before beginning the challenge project.

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