Navigation in a canvas app in Power Apps

April 6, 2020

Navigation in a canvas app in Power Apps: App users can only navigate through the navigation options provided by an app developer, and this module is designed to help you build a good navigation experience for your canvas app.

In this module, you will:

  • Understand how navigation works in a canvas app
  • Use the Navigate and Back functions
  • Understand the different ways these functions can be invoked

Prerequisites

A basic understanding of how to create a Power Apps canvas app and some experience working with controls in Power Apps is helpful but not required.

Navigation in a canvas app in Power Apps: In Power Apps, because most apps have multiple screens, it’s essential that you understand how to implement the Navigate function in your app. The Navigate function allows users to move or navigate from screen to screen in an app. For example, if you create an app with three screens and you want to give users a way to navigate to another screen, set the OnSelect property of a Button control to.

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Apps built using Power Apps provide rich business logic and workflow capabilities to transform your manual business processes to digital, automated processes. Further, apps built using Power Apps have a responsive design, and can run seamlessly in browser or on mobile devices (phone or tablet). Power Apps “democratizes” the custom business app building experience by enabling users to build feature-rich, custom business apps without writing code.

Course Information

Estimated Time: 1 Week

Difficulty: Intermediate

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Module 1: Introduction

Module 2: The navigation and back function

Module 3: Ways to Use Navigation Function

Course Information

Estimated Time: 1 Week

Difficulty: Intermediate

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Categories:

Course Instructor

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Module 1: Introduction

Module 2: The navigation and back function

Module 3: Ways to Use Navigation Function

Course Information

Estimated Time: 1 Week

Difficulty: Intermediate

Tracks:

Categories:

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