Best practices for managing controls in Microsoft PowerApps

Microsoft PowerApps is a great "no code" solution for creating customized forms for SharePoint Online and independent web apps and mobile apps. However, it can get unruly inside of an app if you don't follow some sort of guidelines and practices. After you get a few screens in with dozens and dozens of controls, you... Continue Reading →

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Custom Style Sheets for PowerApps, pseudo CSS

Yes, CSS for PowerApps, kinda. Actual CSS based style sheets are not possible, but the next best thing is. We can create a few objects to store our styles in, like colors, font sizes, dimensions, etc. and then reference them across the app. Not really cascading style sheets, but let's call them just style sheets.... Continue Reading →

24-Hour Devathon for a Cause

I am very proud to share that our team at Slalom is taking 24 hours out of this beautiful New England weekend for a SharePoint/Office 365 dev-a-thon to benefit local non profit Junior Achievement of Northern New England. From www.janewengland.org: The mission of Junior Achievement (JA) is to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in... Continue Reading →

Why do you hate SharePoint?

Seriously, I want to know. Take this small survey and let me know what you think. Why do you hate SharePoint? the survey My goal here is two fold: first, for the industry to understand the headaches people face daily and two (more importantly) try to provide some solutions to make these headaches go away.... Continue Reading →

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