Do you have to be a developer in order to implement a solution that ties together Power BI and Azure Data Lake? I argue that you don’t. However, there are a several things that you need to be familiar with before you get going. Therefore, I decided to cover several of them in this article.
Once you create a PowerApp, you need the capability to share the app with users. How do we do that ? Let’s take a look. To share a PowerApp, the app has to be saved in the cloud. Local apps cannot be shared. If you are using PowerApps studio, click on File -> Share. This will
When a user navigates from screen 1 to the screen 2, we want to render content on screen 2 based on the user’s selection on the screen 1. To do this we have to pass the selected value(s) to screen 2. Let’s check out how to achieve this in PowerApps. Download the sample App from here. In the
It’s no secret that PowerApps and Power BI are related or so you might think considering that both products have the word “power” in their names. Although Microsoft is yet to officially introduce the big picture of how Power BI, Power Apps and Flow will come together, having a shared gateway infrastructure between the three
I run many workshops focused on integration of Microsoft Analytics and SAP. This is not an easy topic to cover due to complexities of the SAP landscape and also because Microsoft Analytics has many moving parts both with respect to its on premise and cloud components. In this article, I will just focus on Power
Wikipedia defines Application Lifecycle Management as a set of pre-defined processes that start somewhere in the business as an idea, a need, a challenge or a risk and then pass through different development phases such as requirements definition, design, development, testing, deployment, release and maintenance spanning across an entire lifecycle of a product. As more
An app typically has more than one screen and we need the capability to navigate it. PowerApps has two functions, Navigate and Back that helps with navigation. Let’s check out how these functions work. Download the App from here. Select Next button on the WOD screen. From the properties section pick OnSelect. Notice the formula: Navigate(WODDetails,ScreenTransition.Fade) Here is what
Traditionally, when we do variance analysis, we compare the actual value of the metric being measured to its target value in either absolute or relative terms. For example, if I were to compare current year sales (Sales CY) to prior year sales (Sales PY) I might want to create a Sales YoY calculation as well
I am on a CrossFit high, with the Open just concluded and Regionals about to begin… So I am going to use some of my favorite Hero work outs (WOD) as a sample for this tutorial. There are scenarios where we want to display content based on the user’s selection. Here is how to do it.
It’s been almost two years since I posted about the CONCATENATEX() DAX function here. At the end of that post I promised to publish a tutorial on how one might do Market Basket analysis using this function in Power BI. Well, I try to deliver on my promises even though it might take me