Following our conversation with Nick Doelman, we finalized our plan; build out a Power App that leverages the Common Data Service (CDS). This will give us the functionality of a relational database while providing the flexibility to build it out as we need. It also means we’ll be able to leverage the Power Platform and Common Data Model to use hundreds if not thousands of other tools if we need them and still be able to pull that information back into the fold of our solution.
In this video, I set up the initial environment to get things rolling!
Environment Set-Up Resources
Here are a few resources to help you along this process:
- Power Apps Community Plan Information
- Power Apps Trial Details
- Step-by-step environment creation
- Power Platform Admin Center: aka.ms/ppac
It’s as easy as that! Next up, we will start working on what we need to build in this environment.
This is part of the Power Baseball League Series with Malcolm McAuley (follow him on LinkedIn, Twitter or his Blog). You can follow the series on the Power Baseball League Series Page and the Power Baseball League YouTube Playlist as they are added.