Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some frequently asked questions about employing our developers that may help you.
Soon after receiving your request, we start assessing your project requirements and expectations. We ask several questions about your project, target market, and budget. We suggest a proposal and sign the contract based on your needs once approved.
Yes, certainly. We provide end-to-end Microsoft PowerApps development services, from consulting to design, development to launch, and post-launch maintenance and updates.
The cost of developing a custom PowerApp solution is different for each app. It varies depending on many factors, including the app features, complexity, design, tech stack, etc. You can book a free consultation, and we will calculate the cost based on your project needs and budget.
With the expertise of over 11 years in the domain, we have gained in-depth knowledge of Microsoft PowerApps technology. Our certified PowerApps programmers know the nitty gritty of the PowerApps development process and the latest tools and technologies. You can count on us for high-quality Microsoft PowerApps applications within the deadline.
Yes, sure. The expert PowerApps consultants at Concetto Labs help you with the detailed analysis of your project requirements, market research, and studying competitors. We help you identify the strengths and drawbacks of your competitors. We help you find your USPs and design the app features accordingly.
Yes, certainly. We offer three flexible hiring models to suit your project requirements and budget.
PowerApps common data service allows data to be integrated from multiple places into a single source that can be further used in multiple Microsoft based products including PowerApps, Power BI, Power Automate and more with data already available in Dynamics 365 applications.
Common Data Service abbreviated as CDS is a data storage service in form of tables and entities. It is mainly used in Power Apps portal and is accessible through other power platform Consultant services and Microsoft dynamics. The data can be feed and extracted into CDS entities in multiple ways. So, in a nutshell, CDS is a data storage and retrieval system just like any other database.
CDS aka common data service in PowerApps is a free database service that can be used in PowerApps to store and retrieve data from the application. Unlike other database, it stores your PowerApps data for free and is easy to manage. It eliminates the need of database developer to build a database for storage and retrieval of data and comes free of cost since you’re already paying for the PowerApps license.
CDS is a standard data model for basic interactions that are extended to support the industry-based requirement. CDS version 1 was an add-on that was designed to enable PowerApps work with Microsoft dynamics CRM 365.
Microsoft Dataverse allows data to be integrated from multiple sources into a single store that can be further used in Power Automate, Power Apps, Power BI and virtual agents. Here, the data is already available from the Dynamics 365 applications.
It is an attempt of Microsoft leaders to provide entrepreneurs that belong to non-technical background to develop scalable mobile apps. This platform provides some selective templates that businesses can opt for and build a mobile app without coding expertise.
PowerApps offer a wide range of plans, from which the Plan 2 is absolutely free. It gives access to all the features for 30 days, which can be considered as trial option.
PowerApps is a collection of services, apps, connectors, and data platform that provides a quick application development milieu to build custom apps for businesses.
Yes, you can work offline as well. All you need to do is build a canvas app and perform offline tasks such as: Open PowerApps Mobile and run apps when offline, you also determine when an app is online, offline or in metered connection by using Connection Signal Object.
Just follow these below-mentioned steps:
- Export the table from Access to SharePoint with a right click on the table: Export - SharePoint list.
- Create the app from SharePoint
- Delete the table from Access
- Import the SharePoint list back into Access
- Repeat the task for any tables that you will using in PowerApps
PowerApps are designed to fulfill internal needs of any organization, which means it allows you to develop dynamic apps within your business. These are not designed for consumer consumption due to licensing model it offers and limitation for external users. It enables you to maintain stability and long-term usage as it doesn’t require any coding to run apps. However, it’s a cloud-based app you need to be aware of upgradations in features.
You can use PowerApps on desktop by downloading PowerApps Studio from Windows Store and use it for play apps.