I hear a lot of people talk about citizen developer tools. These tools are there to make development of software easy. In this post I'm going to have a look at PowerApps and Flow. Are these two Low-Code tools really for citizen developers? Are these tools also great for the 'real developers'? Will citizen developers … Continue reading Are Microsoft Flow and PowerApps really only for citizen developers?
Have you ever bought a one-size-fits-all item of clothing? If so, how did it feel when you put it on? I’m guessing that, while it did the job, it didn’t fit you as well as it would have done had it been tailored your size. It’s the same deal with technology. Unique businesses, unique challenges … Continue reading One size fits all? Not when it comes to IT
How many times have you had a need to provision sites? Project sites, Teams sites and whatever kind of other sites. So many times I hear people say that Microsoft Flow is only there for small processes. To implement a provisioning process you will most likely have created a site requests list, where users can … Continue reading Microsoft Flow – Provision your SharePoint Online sites without any code
Whenever I recommend to use the send HTTP request to SharePoint action in Microsoft Flow I find that a lot of Flow users struggle with the technical level of this actions. In this series of posts I will go through all the API calls available within the SharePoint REST API for SharePoint Online. For all … Continue reading User guide to using the SharePoint REST API in Microsoft Flow for no-code developers
I’m fortunate to be part of the platinum business partnership with Nintex at Triad. Over the last few years Triad has made no code workflows using Nintex Workflow one of their focus points. Of course when we needed to, we would also do the hard core development but if it is possible to avoid then Nintex … Continue reading Developing Top-Down Code Free Workflows using SharePoint 2013 and Nintex Workflow