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Build a Viva Connections App with Adaptive Cards

Adaptive cards are becoming increasingly popular in the Microsoft 365 ecosystem. We can find them in Microsoft Search, Power Apps, SPFx apps, Outlook email and many more services. So what are Adaptive Cards (AC) and Adaptive Card Extensions (ACE)? In this article, we show how you can harness the power of adaptive cards in Viva Connections.

Create an Adventcalendar for festive techcalendar 2022 with Power Apps

Christmas is near. As a contribution to the festivetechcalendar.com, I describe here how to create an advent calendar with Microsoft Power Apps. You can download the Power App and use this app and this article to learn useful concepts in Power Apps. Here we go with the article for December 4th.

Power Platform Environments and Governance tips using Solutions

The Microsoft Power Platform is great for quick and easy solutions and workflows. While developing a new Power App or flow is quick, governance and management can present some hurdles. Well, there is help for some topics, such as the use of solutions. Read more here.

Tips for PowerApps-11 Make sure a value is selected in your dropdown

Working with Power Apps, have you seen that in the bound dropdown control the user can remove the selected item (even with single selection)? Well, there could be other solutions, but I want to make sure that a default value is always selected, even when the user clicks the button to remove the selection.

Tips for PowerApps-10 Validate form input with RegEx

Forms are simple. Forms are complex. Both are true depending on the functionality of the form. While you can create forms very quickly with Power Apps, it often takes a lot of time to make them as user-friendly as possible. In this article, we'll look at how we can validate and simplify input using Regular Expressions.

Pay your CoE with Azure - for special use cases only

The Center of Excellence (CoE), also known as the Microsoft Power Platform CoE Starter Kit, is a toolkit to gain insights into the use of the Microsoft Power Platform in an Microsoft 365 organization. While the installation has recently become a bit technically easier, a corresponding Power Platform license is also required for operation. Well, not every company owns or acquires the required license. We show how these license requirements can be solved with Azure temporary - for special use cases - and what are the benefits and the disadvantages of the PAYG billing.