This is post 3 in my series, but it’s the first post where I’m starting to document actual work in PowerApps. Today I have simply started to create the shell of my new app “My Golf Stats” as well as start to get the data layout for what I envision in Excel. This post will just be about the app shell and I’ll dig into the Excel part later.
I can’t believe it’s nearly 6 weeks ago that I posted my first post on this topic! Wow, time flies when you’re having fun! Quick recap: I’m interested in learning PowerApps, but as of the moment, I don’t have a good handle on a business application for it in my company. So, it’s going to be a personal project I’m going to tackle to get a sense of what it can and can’t do.
I’m starting a series that might literally take months to get to any semblance of “done”! This series will follow a purely personal project, in terms of the content of the app I want to try to develop (golf stat tracking), using the Microsoft PowerApps platform. That being said, I will be tagging it as a “business” post since the concepts likely will translate well to anyone learning PowerApps for their organization.
Personally, I hope through the process of learning the PowerApps platform that I may envision ways in which I can utilize this at work, with or without integration to our Microsoft Dynamics GP environment. At this point, it’s hard to say how this may be useful, but perhaps as I work with the capabilities, I may see possibilities to pursue!