AI Builder is a new Power Platform capability which was recently announced (in Preview right now) and you can read all about it here.
Let’s start with understanding a few basics:
Currently, there are 4 types of AI models you could use. In this blog, I’m going to explain Binary Classification with an example.
What is Binary Classification?
It is an AI model that predicts binary outcome (Yes/no) by learning about your data. With your historical data, the AI builder can learn how some factors influence the outcome and predict it for you and overtime, the AI builder will continue to learn and improve its prediction. Read about Binary Classification here:
Want to learn how to extend Dynamic 365 for Finance and Operations with PowerApps, but don’t know where to start? This blog series is just for that!
When implementing Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, we tend to think that any small gap can only be filled with customizations or some complex integrations. Sometimes the solutions are simple and using PowerApps with Finance and Operations is one of them
I’m glad to introduce this blog series (in official PowerApps blog site) to showcase different scenarios where PowerApps can be used with Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations to increase productivity and drive digital transformation.
Here is my attempt at making a quick video on Microsoft Flow to showcase its capability at a high level, in less than 2 minutes. Hope you enjoy it!
This blog explains few of the capabilities of Launch function in PowerApps.
I would like to directly jump into an example as it is quite simple and self-explanatory. Here is a PowerApp which is connected to Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations customers entity through the connector. The App is reading customer data and showing some important information on Customer Details page. For an end user (maybe a salesperson), along with the required or some important customer details, you can also provide him/her with easy ways to connect with the customer right from within the App. Give ability to users on a PowerApp to Visit customer’s website, Call primary phone number, Email Primary contact or Get directions on the map to go meet them directly, all using one function – Launch!
Microsoft PowerApps provides an option to add multimedia in the mobile applications. In this blog, I would like to briefly describe how we can use the available media controls in our Apps.
Image: This control is used to display an image from local file or a data source. This control mainly uses Image property where the source of the image is specified.
On-premises data gateway allows you to access on-premises data with PowerApps!
The gateway is a bridge from your app to the on-premises or virtual machine where your data is stored. On-premises means that your data is stored on a server physically located within your organization, not in the cloud. A virtual machine acts as a private cloud-based server. The gateway can be deployed centrally and you can connect to your on-premises data and manage it securely from PowerApps.
In this blog, I’ll demonstrate how we can create a simple App in PowerApps which can connect to on-premises SQL database. The App is created to capture Leads information from the user’s phone and the submitted data is saved to SQL database which is on-premises.
PowerApps is a great new product from Microsoft which lets you quickly create Apps on web and mobile without writing code!
Learn more at: https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/
In this blog, we take a look at how we can create a simple App using PowerApps. The App lists all the items in our Dynamics 365 for Financials showing item inventory, price and other info.