In this second post as part of my series on building a cocktail finding app, we’re going to look at the second part of building the application. In this blog post we’ll look at creating a mobile canvas app, adding an input text control to the screen and using the OnChange property to run our flow and pass outputs back to our app. Then we’ll use the ParseJSON() function to populate a table with our flows outputs. Finally we’ll create a gallery and use data type conversion functions and dot notation to display values from our records in each record card.
Let’s get into it!
A PowerApps gallery control is a user interface (UI) element used to display a collection of data in a structured format, such as a list, table, or gallery.
The gallery control in PowerApps is used to visualize data from a data source, such as SharePoint lists, Excel sheets, SQL Server, etc. It can display images, text, and other media types for each record in the collection.
The gallery control in PowerApps provides various customization options such as formatting, sorting, filtering, and grouping data. It can also be used to create interactive applications that allow users to interact with the data, such as selecting an item to view more details or editing data directly within the gallery.