How to pass an object from a model app driven app to a custom page?

According to the current documentation, we can pass a dataverse record as a parameter. This is still very beneficial for some scenarios. But what if we want to pass a set of parameters without using an existing record. After several attempts, I managed to pass an object containing some properties from the model driven app … Continue reading How to pass an object from a model app driven app to a custom page?

How to display a Power Apps | Canvas app in full screen without the title bar?

Recently, I was asked to open a PowerApps | Canvas app without the title bar at the top of the screen. After some research, I found an answer from matthew devaney that proposed to add the "&hidenavbar=true" parameters to the URL of the application. This works perfectly and allows us to hide the title bar. … Continue reading How to display a Power Apps | Canvas app in full screen without the title bar?

Let’s add terms and conditions to a Model Driven App using Custom Page

This blog will discuss a new component for Power Apps Model Driven Apps called Custom Page. In fact, this component joins the family of existing pages like Forms, Views and Dashboards. This new type of page is based on the Canvas Apps container and will surely add power, flexibility and a lot of possibilities to … Continue reading Let’s add terms and conditions to a Model Driven App using Custom Page

Apply a business logic to the Opportunity Close Quick Create form according to the context of the opportunity closure

In the release 2 2019, Microsoft introduced the ability to modify the Opportunity Close dialog using the Quick Create Form. In this blog, we will discuss the ability to apply a business logic to the Opportunity Close Quick Create form according to the context of the opportunity closure. Use Case Change the "Close Date" label … Continue reading Apply a business logic to the Opportunity Close Quick Create form according to the context of the opportunity closure

Cancel the save based on the result of an asynchronous operation

In 2017, Natraj Yegnaraman shared a clever method to cancel the save of a form. His approach was to cancel the save before the asynchronous operation and then retrigger the save if needed after the asynchronous operation is resolved. You can find all the details on the following link. This approach is explained by the … Continue reading Cancel the save based on the result of an asynchronous operation

How to execute a JavaScript function on all forms without registering it manually?

Model-driven apps provides a rich set of client APIs to interact with form objects and events to control what and when to display on a form. The JavaScript functions react to different events so that the code gets executed when the event occurs on the form. The process of associating a function to an event is done … Continue reading How to execute a JavaScript function on all forms without registering it manually?

How to set up complex conditions for business process flow ?

Business Process Flow (BPF) is a very useful tool to standardize data entry on a model driven app. In simple cases, a linear BPF is a good option. However, in more complex scenarios, a BPF can be enhanced by using branching. I will discuss on this blog the limitations and workarounds concerning branching conditions.I was … Continue reading How to set up complex conditions for business process flow ?