Power Baseball League: Model Driven App Creation

Yoga at Washington Nationals Park
Just as Warrior II is foundational to any yoga practice, today we will create our Model Driven App as the backbone or our solution. Sometimes I enjoy baseball for the activities such as this Yoga in the Outfield event at the Washington Nationals Park.

Last time on the Power Baseball League, I set up the environment in Common Data Service. Now Malcolm tags in and will build out the basic structure of the app. This app will feature Contacts (people), Accounts (organizations), and Activities (interaction tracking). 

Malcolm opted to keep this video short and only include the basics. We’ll build out custom entities in a future video, but we need to start with the foundation first. 

Power Baseball League: Model Driven App Creation

For more information, review Nick Doelman’s blog with step by step instructions for creating your Model Driven App.

Are you ready to create your first app? What’s next?

This is part of the Power Baseball League Series with Malcolm McAuley (follow him on LinkedInTwitter 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.

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