PL-400: Microsoft Power Platform Developer

The Microsoft Power Platform helps organizations optimize their operations by simplifying, automating and transforming business tasks and processes. In this course, students will learn how to build Power Apps, Automate Flows and extend the platform to complete business requirements and solve complex business problems.

Candidates for this course design, develop, secure, and troubleshoot Power Platform solutions. Candidates implement components of a solution that include application enhancements, custom user experience, system integrations, data conversions, custom process automation, and custom visualizations. Candidates will gain applied knowledge of Power Platform services, including in-depth understanding of capabilities, boundaries, and constraints. Candidates should have development experience that includes JavaScript, JSON, TypeScript, C#, HTML, .NET, Microsoft Azure, Microsoft 365, RESTful Web Services, ASP.NET, and Power BI.

Upon completion of this course and practicing building solutions, we encourage you to get certified on PL-400 Certification Exam.

Microsoft Courseware

Instructor-Led Training

Course Duration: 4-Days (32-Hour)

Microsoft Official Lab Exercises

Courseware Life Time Free Upgrade

Cloud Lab Access

Overview

In this course, students will learn how to build Power Apps, Automate Flows and extend the platform to complete business requirements and solve complex business problems.

Candidates must have strong applied knowledge of Microsoft Power Platform services, including in-depth understanding of capabilities, boundaries, and constraints. Candidates should have a basic understanding of application lifecycle management (ALM) practices for Microsoft Power Platform. Candidates should have development experience that includes Microsoft Power Platform services, JavaScript, JSON, TypeScript, C#, HTML, .NET/ASP.NET, RESTful Web APIs, Microsoft Azure, and Microsoft 365.

Modules

Module 1: Create a model-driven app

This module introduces you to creating a model-driven app in Power Apps that uses Microsoft Dataverse.

  • Introduction to model-driven apps and Dataverse
  • Get started with model-driven apps in Power Apps
  • Manage tables in Dataverse
  • Create and manage columns within a table in Dataverse
  • Working with choices in Dataverse
  • Create a relationship between tables  in Dataverse
  • Define and create business rules in Dataverse
  • Create and define calculation or rollup columns in Dataverse
  • Get started with security roles in Dataverse
  • Lab: Practice Lab – Validate my lab environment
  • Lab: Data Modeling
  • Lab: Model-driven app

Module 2: Create a canvas app

This module introduces you to Power Apps, helps you create and customize an app, and then manage and distribute it. It will also show you how to provide the best app navigation, and build the best UI using themes, icons, images, personalization, different form factors, and controls.

  • Get started with Power Apps
  • Customize a canvas app in Power Apps
  • Manage apps in Power Apps
  • Navigation in a canvas app in Power Apps
  • How to build the UI in a canvas app in Power Apps
  • Use and understand Controls in a canvas app in Power Apps
  • Document and test your Power Apps application
  • Lab: Canvas app

Module 3: Master advance techniques and data options in canvas apps

This module will help you use advanced formulas, perform custom updates, performance checks, and testing. It will also help you to improve the user's experience, use custom connectors and focus on working with data source limits.

  • Use imperative development techniques for canvas apps in Power Apps
  • Author an advanced formula that uses tables, records, and collections in a canvas app in Power Apps
  • Perform custom updates in a Power Apps canvas app
  • Complete testing and performance checks in a Power Apps canvas app
  • Work with relational data in a Power Apps canvas app
  • Work with data source limits (delegation limits) in a Power Apps canvas app
  • Connecting to other data in a Power Apps canvas app
  • Use custom connectors in a Power Apps canvas app

Module 4: Automate a business process using Power Automate

This module introduces you to Power Automate and teaches you how to build workflows, and how to administer flows.

  • Get started with Power Automate
  • Build more complex flows with Power Automate
  • Introduction to business process flows in Power Automate
  • Create an immersive business process flow in Power Automate
  • Understand advanced business process flow concepts in Power Automate
  • Introduction to expressions in Power Automate

Module 5: Introduction to developing with Power Platform

This module is the first step in learning about the platform, tools, and ecosystem of the Power Platform.

  • Introduction to Power Platform developer resources
  • Use developer tools to extend the Power Platform
  • Introduction to extending the Microsoft Power Platform

Module 6: Extending the Power Platform Dataverse

This module looks at the tools and resources needed for extending the Power Platform. We'll start by looking at the SDKs, the extensibility model, and the event framework. This learning path also covers when to use plug-ins. Configuration of plug-ins as well as registering and deploying plug-ins.

  • Introduction to Dataverse for developers
  • Extend plug-ins
  • Lab: Develop Plug-ins

Module 7: Extending the Power Platform user experience Model Driven apps

This module describes how to create client scripting, perform common actions with client script, and automate business process flow with client script. Learn about what client scripts can do, rules, and maintaining scripts. Discover when to use client script as well as when not to use client script.

  • Performing common actions with client script
  • Automate business process flows with client script
  • Lab: Client Scripting

Module 8: Create components with Power Apps Component Framework

This module describes how to get started with Power Apps Component Framework with an introductory module on the core concepts and components. Then it shows you how to build a component and work with advanced Power Apps Component Framework features.

  • Get started with the Power Apps component framework
  • Build a Power Apps component
  • Use advanced features with the Power Apps component framework
  • Lab: Power Apps Component Framework

Module 9: Extend Power Apps portals

This module describes how to transform a content portal into a full web app interacting with Common Data Service. We will also cover the options available to customizers and developers to extend the portal functionality and integrate it with Office 365, Power Platform, and Azure components.

  • Introduction to Power Apps portals
  • Access Dataverse in Power Apps portals
  • Extend Power Apps portals
  • Build custom Power Apps portals and web templates

Module 10: Integrate with Power Platform and Dataverse

This module describes how to integrate with Dataverse using code by learning about Dataverse API. Get an in-depth overview of options available with Dataverse to integrate data and events to Azure.

  • Work with Dataverse Web API
  • Integrate Dataverse Azure solutions
  • Lab: Azure Functions
  • Lab: Publishing Events Externally
  • Lab: Custom Connector
  • Lab: Application Lifecycle Management

Fees And Schedule

Instructor-Led Training

40-Hour of Instructor-Led Training One to one doubt resolution sessions Microsoft Official Lab Access

Learning Objectives

After completing this course, students will be able to:


  • Create a technical design
  • Configure Microsoft Dataverse
  • Create and configure Power Apps
  • Configure business process automation
  • Extend the user experience
  • Extend the platform
  • Develop Integrations

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