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Power Apps Portals: Related Entity as Source of Next Web Form Step

The Web Forms functionality lets you build complex multi-page, multi-entity wizard-style forms on your Power Apps Portals. And while there are a ton of options, it's not uncommon to run into situations where you can't do everything you want with configuration, so you might need to resort to a bit of JavaScript (and maybe even Liquid). One of those situations is if you want the source entity for the next step in your Web Form to be a record related to the entity of the current step.

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Power Apps Portals: Related Records Filtering on Lookups When Creating Records via Subgrid

The power of Entity Forms in Power Apps Portals is that they mirror much of the functionality available in model-driven apps (and Dynamics 365). While the parity isn't 100%, one advanced feature that Entity Forms does support is Related Records Filtering on lookups, where the available options in the lookup are filtered by some other data that has already been selected. However, in certain cases, this functionality doesn't offer exact parity out-of-the-box - one of those cases is when you are creating a new record via a subgrid, and you're expecting that the parent record is used in the filtering of the lookup.

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Power Apps Portals: Customizing the Rendering of Notes and Activities

I've always been an advocate for using CSS to control the visibility of out-of-the-box Power Apps Portals features. Unfortunately, sometimes CSS isn't enough, and you do have use JavaScript. And even then, sometimes you have to resort to some exotic techniques - one of those times is customizing some aspects of how notes and activities are rendered on Power Apps Portals.

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Full Business Solution

Built using Microsoft Dynamics 365 as the platform, Engineered Code developed a full business solution for AlarmTek, including mobile applications for employees and customers, a website, and integrations with multiple finance applications.

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National Aboriginal Curling Championship

Website for Aboriginal Curling Bonspiel

Engineered Code donated their services to create a website providing information and results for the annual National Aboriginal Curling Championship in Saskatoon, SK.

SaskPower CCS

Carbon Capture and Storage Website

With Adxstudio Portals and Dynamics CRM, Engineered Code built the website for SaskPower to help get the word out on this revolutionary technology, including an award-winning virtual tour of the facility itself.

Partner: Brown Communications Group
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A simple one-page WordPress site with a custom post structure to allow for easy content management.

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