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Microsoft Power Pages (Portals) for Beginners
May 29, 2022 12:00 AM

Microsoft Power Pages (Portals) for Beginners

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The Microsoft Power Platform family's fifth product is Microsoft Power Pages. This low-code, scalable, and secure solution empowers you to construct business-centric websites fast and easily, whether you're a low-code creator or a professional developer. This "Power Pages (previously Power Apps Portals) for Beginners" video will walk you through the basics of Power Pages.

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What are Power Pages?

Power Pages adds the capabilities in PowerApps to build low-code responsive websites which allows anonymous & external user access to interact with the data stored in Microsoft Dataverse (Portal's backend database).

Power Pages Features:

The Design Studio makes it easy to design, style, configure, and publish modern business websites. Start from scratch or use one of the ready-to-use templates to design your site pages with text, video, images, business data forms and lists, and more. The Templates Hub hosts full-featured websites with demo data, so you can jumpstart your journey to managing scheduling, registration, application submission, and more. With the Learn Hub, you can explore guides, tutorials, and quick videos to learn how to build websites, model and visualize business data, work with code components, and of course, configure sites.

Securely collect and share business information with site visitors using Microsoft Dataverse, a smart, secure, and scalable low-code data platform. Power Pages runs on Microsoft Azure and connects with Dataverse to provide critical security capabilities that include advanced encryption, rich role-based access controls (RBAC), and support for Microsoft Azure Front Door and other web application firewalls. Microsoft Azure DDoS Protection addresses top web security vulnerabilities.

Video will cover the following:

  • Build Power Pages
  • Using Microsoft Dataverse to store Portal data
  • Securing data in Power Apps Portals (Power Pages)