Power Apps Form Design & UX Guidelines
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Sep 13, 2022 1:29 PM

Power Apps Form Design & UX Guidelines

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In this PowerApps article I share my form design and UX guidelines. With any luck I’ll complete this series by the end of September and have a full set of standards and guidelines

Table Of Contents:

  • Restrict Text Input Values
  • Validate Form Data
  • Implement Error Handling
  • Protect Against Loss Of Unsaved Data
  • Use A Single Form To Create, Edit & Display Records

https://www.matthewdevaney.com/power-apps-canvas-coding-standards/power-apps-form-design-ux-guidelines/

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