We have made it to our 7thsession of building this check-in app. If you are interested in all of the ins and outs of what got us to this point and you want to build the app from the beginning check outthe six videos in the playlist first.
In our last session, we learned how to add records by using a form. In this session, we are now going to find a way to edit any records that are in our student location data source. To do this we will need to add some navigation functions, icons, and also force the hand of Power Apps to take our form out of the default New Form mode and change the form to edit mode. We are also going to run into a problem where our pre-populated fields of the form don’t behave the way we wish they would. We will fix this using an IF statement.
The goal of these next few blogs and videos is to build an app, but not do it too quickly.I want to let the information soak in one week at a time without overwhelming anyone.If you think the videos cover too much or not enough material for one session please email me firstname.lastname@example.org I can modify the future sessions or leave a comment below the video.
Matt Peterson is a Trainer for Pragmatic Works specializing in the Power Platform. He graduated from the University of North Florida in 2006 and comes with 15 years of teaching experience in high school algebra. Matt earned the accomplishment in 2013 of being named the Florida Gifted Teacher of The Year. His primary focus is helping our customers learn the ins and outs of Power Apps and Power BI.