There are over 200+ public connectors available, but that is a small percentage of the thousands of APIs that are published. Creating custom connectors allows you to have a connector experience for any of these APIs. In this course, we will look at how to configure the custom connector so you or users in your organization can connect to the API just as easy as the public connectors. Included in the course is a deep dive hands on lab as well as a test your knowledge assessment.
Building Custom Connectors

Learn how to create custom connectors that can be used by PowerApps and Microsoft Flow

As businesses look to modernize their line of business applications Microsoft Power Platform is the tool of choice to accelerate and implement digital transformation. Microsoft Power Platform is made up of Power Apps, Power Automate, Power BI and Power Virtual Agents. The Common Data Service (CDS) is a key component of the Power Platform and provides for data storage and related business logic execution. CDS implements Microsoft’s Common Data Model (CDM) allowing it to be part of the data fabric in an organization with a common way of describing core business data. In this course, we are focused on using the Common Data Service to build business applications. Specifically, we will look at the capabilities required to build data models for real world business applications. These applications can be built by power users (e.g. Joe or Sue from accounting) or by professional app makers whose job is focused on building Power Platform solutions.
Common Data Service

Leveraging the Common Data Service to build real world business solutions

Unified Interface is the new user experience for PowerApps model-driven apps including Dynamics 365. In this course you will learn important information on how Unified Interface works.
Getting Started with Unified Interface Client

Get up to speed quickly on Unified Interface and how it impacts your Dynamics 365 and model-driven apps

In this three-part video series David Yack first walks you through an overview of the Power Platform and how it strategically fits within your organization. The second part dives deeper into tailoring the platform for specific requirements. This includes an overview of building apps and automations using the platform tools. The final part looks at how Power Platform ensures your solutions can be extended with code to unblock complex requirements.
Power Platform Overview

Overview of building solutions on Power Apps and the Power Platform