A naming convention for Power Apps is a set of guidelines that are used to help ensure consistency when creating and managing Power Apps. This includes things such as how components should be named, which fields should be included in the app (and what they should be called), where data sources and connectors should be stored, etc.
Generally speaking, a good naming convention will make it easier for developers to maintain and troubleshoot their apps by providing clear labels for everything within the app. Additionally, using consistent naming conventions can also help improve collaboration between teams working on different parts of an application.
“We all know the importance of being organized; Being organized improves productivity, reduce stress, improves time management, enhances focus, improves decision-making and so on. When you’re organized, you can work more efficiently and stay focused on the task at hand. In Power Apps you can stay organizined by using a naming convention.”
A naming convention is simply a set of rules for naming things. There are different naming conventions for Power Apps, but in my opinion… the only thing that truly matters is that one exists and that it’s used consistently!
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