We are in the middle of a Power Pizza Blog Series! I am walking through lessons learned while building a Power App to track your Pizza Crawls. This will allow your friends to submit their locations, enter ratings and view the winner. Finally, a scientific solution for finding the best pizza!
One of my major lessons learned from this project was that I need to be better with my use of naming conventions. I thought I carefully planned the architecture out with the following entities:
- New Publisher for solution with prefix: pizza_
- Event Tracking Entity: Pizza Party
- Location Entity: Pizza Location
- Rating Storage Entity: Pizza Rating
I found while getting deeper into the project I was typing Pizza a bit too much. It was also a bit confusing when there are Pizza Locations linked to Pizza Ratings and that field is also called Pizza Location.
Learn from my mistakes – use unique names! Also don’t make apps about food that you work on while hungry.
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