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Master Microsoft Power Apps Table functions

Master Microsoft Power Apps Table functions

The Table function creates a table from an argument list of records. ... A table is a value in Power Apps, just like a string or a number.

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What you'll learn

  • Basic table and database concepts in Power Apps (Record, Table, Arrays, Collection and variables)
  • Mass insert, delete and update and detailed analysis about available functions in Power Apps and how to use the efficiently
  • Working with Loops and Sequence to process the table items separately
  • Bridge between behavior and non-behavior functions
  • Condition and alternative options to If and Switch
  • Changing table schema to make it fit our solution
  • Bulk insert of record to a table/list instead of processing them one-by-one
  • Working with fields that contain complex data
  • Effect of internal field names and title on the way you use table functions
  • Difference between Search, Filter and Lookup and where to use each one of them
  • Chose between Sort and SortByColumns to effectively reorder records
  • PowerApps aggregate functions
  • Counting rows using Count, CountA, CountIf and CountRows. Which one to use?
  • Grouping records and removing duplicated records
Master Microsoft Power Apps

The course is structured in multiple projects, starting from requirements gathering to solutioning and effectively using the right formula to build an app that fits the scenario. Obviously you can find all these functions in Microsoft PowerApps documentations. This course is a connection between the knowledge and practical field problem. In this course you will learn:

1. Basic table and database concepts in Power Apps (Record, Table, Arrays, Collection and variables)

2. Mass insert, delete and update and detailed analysis about available functions in Power Apps and how to use the efficiantly.

3. Working with Loops and Sequence to process the table items separately

4. Bridge between behavior and non-behavior functions

5. Condition and alternative options to If and Switch

6. Changing table schema to make it fit our solution

7. Bulk insert of record to a table/list instead of processing them one-by-one

8. Working with fields that contain complex data

9. Effect of internal field names and title on the way you use table functions

10. Difference between Search, Filter and Lookup and where to use each one of them

11. Chose between Sort and SortByColumns to effectively reorder records

12. PowerApps aggregate functions

13. Counting rows using Count, CountA, CountIf and CountRows. Which one to use?

14. Grouping records and removing duplicated records