Power AppsPower Automate Power BI for beginners

Build apps with no code, create automated workflows , analyse & visualise data.
Power AppsPower Automate Power BI for beginners
File Size :
1.98 GB
Total length :
5h 39m

Instructor

Bluelime Learning Solutions

Language

Last update

Published 12/2022

Ratings

0/5

Power AppsPower Automate Power BI for beginners

What you’ll learn

Design and build apps
Build Apps from Scratch
Build Apps from data sources
Build Apps from templates
Publish and view your apps from any device.
Connect your apps to a variety of data sources
Build Apps with multiple screens
Create a flow that automatically adds data from another data source.
Create a flow that runs on a schedule
Create a flow to send push notification when files are added to a location
Share a flow that your team
Import and export flows
Connecting to various data source with Power BI
Clean and transform data
Create visuals from data source
Publish reports and visuals to Power BI Service
Transform less structured data

Power AppsPower Automate Power BI for beginners

Requirements

Access to Microsoft 365 required
Access to Power Apps platform required
Access to Power BI required

Description

Power Apps is a suite of apps, services, and connectors, as well as a data platform, that provides a rapid development environment to build custom apps for your business needs. Using Power Apps, you can quickly build custom business apps that connect to your data stored either in the underlying data platform (Microsoft Dataverse) or in various online and on-premises data sources (such as SharePoint, Microsoft 365, Dynamics 365, SQL Server, and so on).Learning to code isn’t necessary for app development. Anyone can build an app without coding. All you need to do is find the right app builder to accommodate your needs. Then it’s just a matter of learning to use that platform, adding your features, and customizing the look and feel of the app with your own branding.A no-code app builder is actually as straightforward as the name implies—it’s development software that allows users to create apps without needing to know how to write code. Originally crafted for teammates without coding experience, this type of development helps anyone create fully functional apps via a simple visual editor.With a no-code app builders’ declarative interface, you’re drag-and-dropping pre-coded elements exactly where you want them, and the code follows suit. It’s not that coding isn’t happening—it’s that the elements have already been built behind the scenes, and you’re just telling them where to go. With a combination of cloud-based spreadsheets like Excel, Google Sheets etc. Housing your data and an idea of how you want to display that information, it’s surprisingly simple. You’ll be deploying apps in no time.Power Automate is an online workflow service that automates actions across the most common apps and services. For example, you can create a flow that adds a lead to Microsoft Dynamics 365 and a record in MailChimp whenever  someone with more than 100 followers tweets about your company. When you sign up, you can connect to more than 500 services, and can manage data either in the cloud or in on-premises sources like SharePoint and Microsoft SQL Server. What can you do with Power Automate?You can use Power Automate to automate workflows between your favourite applications and services, sync files, get notifications, collect data, and much more.For example, you can automate these tasks:Instantly respond to high-priority notifications or emails.Capture, track, and follow up with new sales leads.Copy all email attachments to your OneDrive for Business account.Collect data about your business, and share that information with your team.Automate approval workflows.A common use of Power Automate is to receive notifications. For example, you can instantly receive an email or a push notification on yourphone whenever a sales lead is added to Dynamics 365 or Salesforce.You can also use Power Automate to copy files. For example, you can ensure that any file that’s added to Dropbox is automatically copied to SharePoint, where your team can find it.Power BI is a collection of software services, apps, and connectors that work together to turn your unrelated sources of data into coherent, visually immersive, and interactive insights. Your data may be an Excel spreadsheet, or a collection of cloud-based and on-premises hybrid data warehouses. Power BI lets you easily connect to your data sources, visualize and discover what’s important, and share that with anyone or everyone you want.Power BI consists of several elements that all work together, starting with these three basics:A Windows desktop application called Power BI Desktop.An online SaaS (Software as a Service) service called the Power BI service.Power BI mobile apps for Windows, iOS, and Android devices.These three elements—Power BI Desktop, the service, and the mobile apps—are designed to let you create, share, and consume business insights in the way that serves you and your role most effectively.Beyond those three, Power BI also features two other elements:Power BI Report Builder, for creating paginated reports to share in the Power BI service. Read more about paginated reports later in this article.Power BI Report Server, an on-premises report server where you can publish your Power BI reports, after creating them in Power BI Desktop.How you use Power BI may depend on your role in a project or on a team. Other people, in other roles, might use Power BI differently.For example, you might primarily use the Power BI service to view reports and dashboards. Your number-crunching, business-report-creating coworker might make extensive use of Power BI Desktop or Power BI Report Builder to create reports, then publish those reports to the Power BI service, where you view them. Another coworker, in sales, might mainly use the Power BI phone app to monitor progress on sales quotas, and to drill into new sales lead details.If you’re a developer, you might use Power BI APIs to push data into datasets or to embed dashboards and reports into your own custom applications. Have an idea for a new visual? Build it yourself and share it with others.You also might use each element of Power BI at different times, depending on what you’re trying to achieve or your role for a given project.

Overview

Section 1: Microsoft 365 Setup

Lecture 1 Introduction

Lecture 2 What is Microsoft 365

Lecture 3 Microsoft 365 Setup

Lecture 4 Getting started with Microsoft 365

Lecture 5 Adding users to Microsoft 365

Section 2: Building Applications with Power Apps

Lecture 6 Sign up to Power Apps Platform

Lecture 7 What are Power Apps

Lecture 8 Building blocks of Power Apps

Lecture 9 What is a Canvas App

Lecture 10 Uploading data to Google Cloud Storage

Lecture 11 Create an app from excel data

Lecture 12 Create an app from a template

Lecture 13 Create a blank canvas app

Lecture 14 Connect to data source

Lecture 15 Create a view screen

Lecture 16 Create a change screen

Lecture 17 Delete and rename screens

Lecture 18 Configure icons on the view screen

Lecture 19 Configure icons on the change screen

Lecture 20 Testing and saving your app

Section 3: Build Automated Workflows with Power Automate

Lecture 21 What is Power Automate

Lecture 22 Exploring Power Automate

Lecture 23 Types of flows

Lecture 24 Creating flows

Lecture 25 Testing flows

Lecture 26 Installing Power Automate App

Lecture 27 Creating a button flow

Lecture 28 Creating recurring flows

Lecture 29 Sharing flows

Lecture 30 Exporting flows

Lecture 31 Importing flows

Lecture 32 Power Automate Tools and Options

Section 4: Data Analysis & Visualization with Power BI

Lecture 33 What is Power BI

Lecture 34 What is Power BI Desktop

Lecture 35 Installing Power BI Desktop

Lecture 36 Exploring Power BI Desktop

Lecture 37 Power BI Overview – Part 1

Lecture 38 Power BI Overview – Part 2

Lecture 39 Power BI Overview – Part 3

Lecture 40 Components of Power BI

Lecture 41 Building blocks of Power BI

Lecture 42 Power BI Desktop interface

Lecture 43 Power BI Service

Lecture 44 What are Power BI Apps

Section 5: Analysing & Visualising Web Data Using Power BI

Lecture 45 Connecting to web data

Lecture 46 Clean and transform data – Part 1

Lecture 47 Clean and transform data – Part 2

Lecture 48 Combining data sources

Lecture 49 Data visualization with Power BI – Part 1

Lecture 50 Data visualization with Power BI – Part 2

Lecture 51 Publishing reports to Power BI Service

Section 6: Analysing data from Access Database using Power BI

Lecture 52 Connecting to Microsoft Access Database

Lecture 53 Power Query Editor and Queries

Lecture 54 Creating and managing query groups

Lecture 55 Renaming queries

Lecture 56 Splitting columns

Lecture 57 Changing data types

Lecture 58 Removing and reordering columns

Lecture 59 Duplicating and adding columns

Lecture 60 Creating conditional columns

Lecture 61 Connecting to files in a folder

Lecture 62 Appending queries

Lecture 63 Merge queries

Lecture 64 Query dependency view

Lecture 65 Transforming less structured data

Lecture 66 Creating Tables

Lecture 67 Query Parameters

Beginners to Power Apps,Beginners to Power Automate,Beginners to Power BI

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 5h 39m | 1.98 GB
Created by: Bluelime Learning Solutions

You Can See More Courses in the Office Productivity >> Greetings from CourseDown.com

New Courses

Scroll to Top