COVID-19 has rapidly become a world-changer. While the world’s Healthcare professionals prepare for the unknown, many of us are seeking useful news and updates. Recently, The Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University released a COVID-19 Power BI Dashboard that has a fantastic interactive map.
In this series, so far, we have embedded a Power BI report/tile in canvas app and then in model driven apps. Now we will do the reverse, where we will embed PowerApps in Power BI. When there is more focus on action based on analytics, it makes more sense to embed a business app in
Embed PowerBI with PowerApps in a model driven app This solution is a little tricky compared to the canvas solution, but I am sure glad it is available now. 1) Before we start embedding Power BI with PowerApps reports in model driven applications, we must first make sure to enable Power BI Visualizations in the organization
Embed Power BI in Canvas app This Power BI integration PowerApps feature has been there for a while, but it gets a bit tricky with parameter settings and performance. Let us go through step by step on how to go about creating a simple app. 1) Create a canvas app using the canvas app from blank
Quite often, we get requests from our customers on how to go about analyzing data across multiple sheets which contain different types of data and making sense out of it. Here we are walking you through step by step process of how we went about creating a solution for a similar scenario where we will