Best practices for working with data in Microsoft PowerApps

The diverse collection of data connectors in PowerApps is impressive. There are over 250 different connectors available, not only from the Microsoft ecosystem but across the entire internet. You can connect to Salesforce, Gmail, Zendesk, Azure and so much more. These connections are great, but I have found that data connectors bring one of the... Continue Reading →

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Tips to entertain your users while PowerApps gets their data, i.e. loading screens

Depending on where your data lives, it may take a few seconds for that data to display in the PowerApp. There is nothing that drives users more nuts than just staring at a screen as it does nothing, wondering if it's frozen or broken. PowerApps does have that useless little loading dots thing at the... Continue Reading →

Questions on SharePoint 2010 Databases

What's the maximum size for a SharePoint database? This is a very common question across the board. Microsoft's documentation recommends a maximum of 200GB per content database. This isn't a limitation, just a recommendation. They are recommending this level due to performance and maintenance considerations. When your database gets much larger than that, there are some... Continue Reading →

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