August 2018 Meeting

August 14th 5:30pm

Topic: The Synergy between PowerApps and SharePoint
Location: 8 City Blvd., Suite 403, Nashville, TN 37209 – MAP
Speaker: Christina Wheeler
Cost: FREE (free food too!)

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Topic Details

PowerApps is a very powerful Software as a Service (SaaS) tool used to build powerful data-driven business applications using a WYSIWYG drag and drop designer and Excel-like formulas. Included in the O365 suite, PowerApps provides the ability to connect to hundreds of various data sources such as Salesforce, Dropbox, OneDrive, GitHub, Dynamics 365, SharePoint and more. Instead of customizing SharePoint list forms (New, Edit, Display) with InfoPath it is now recommended to use PowerApps. While PowerApps is not the InfoPath replacement, it is the successor and the PowerApps team has worked hard to incorporate a better experience so you can quickly build and deploy the right business solution without writing code.

Topics and areas to be covered:

  • Overview of PowerApps & Flow and the most recent released features
  • Using PowerApps to customize SharePoint list forms
  • Working with PowerApps and the SharePoint data connector
  • Tips on replacing InfoPath forms with PowerApps
  • Integrating Flow with PowerApps

Be sure to forward this meeting info to your colleagues and friends!

Christina Wheeler

Speaker Details

Christina Wheeler (MVP) is a Solution Architect and Technical Trainer specializing in Power BI, PowerApps/Flow and SharePoint. She is a highly respected SharePoint/O365 expert who focuses on development, administration, branding, and training. With over 15 years of experience in the industry, Christina has knowledge in graphic design, Web development, and custom development who also specializes in Enterprise Content Management and Business Intelligence. She has worked for various companies throughout the world architecting and implementing SharePoint and O365 solutions for educational, commercial, and government organizations. As a trainer, Christina brings her real-world experience to the classroom.


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