The video discusses how to create a Gallery in a Container and align everything correctly to make it visually appealing. It delves into the use of Parent.Width and explains its meaning. The viewers are taught how to design a Gallery that resembles an Excel or SharePoint table. Also, some UI elements, including a simple progress bar, are added. The video concludes with a demonstration of filtering using a View in Dataverse for Teams. The video included time-stamped chapters for easy referencing. The video creator, Andrew Hess, encourages viewers to leave questions in the comments, and asks for likes and subscriptions.
Creating a Gallery within a Container can significantly improve the aesthetics and functionality of the application. The concept of Parent.Width helps in arranging elements within the container systematically. Replicating the look of trusted tools like Excel and SharePoint can make the application more user-friendly. Incorporating UI elements like a progress bar can enhance user experience. Using features like filtering in Dataverse for Teams can help users manage and handle data more effectively within the application.
Microsoft PowerApps is a platform that allows users to create mobile and web applications without needing to write code. It includes features such as a drag-and-drop interface, a data source connector, and a gallery of ready-made templates. In this tutorial, we will learn how to make galleries in containers look like SharePoint or Excel tables. We will discuss the use of Parent.Width to make the containers fit correctly and then create a Gallery to replicate the look and feel of a table. We will also add a simple progress bar for a bit of extra UI and finally, we will learn how to Filter using a View in Dataverse for Teams. With this knowledge, users will be able to create their own beautiful and functional apps in PowerApps.
Microsoft Excel, SharePoint, PowerApps, Parent.Width, Dataverse, Teams