PowerApps Portals with Dileep Singh

PowerApps Portals with Dileep Singh

Dileep Singh


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https://podcast.nz365guy.com/140

  • A brief introduction about Dileep’s life – originally comes from India  
  • Educational background, career background & how he got into Microsoft. 
  • Dileep’s thoughts about Microsoft’s PowerApps Portals going public 
  • An overview of PowerApps Portals – the importance, application and ways to improve its performance 
  • Talks about the changes happening on Dynamics and PowerApps Portals – when and how people will be able to see these changes 
  • Discusses how to differentiate between new and old portals 
  • Names the new features available 
  • A better understanding of why and how PowerApps Portals are licensed  
  • What happens when people go over the usage limit –  will the portal stop working?  
  • Dileep’s thoughts on the “Pay as you go” Azure model 
  • Explains/Clarification on how ‘ 24hours for unauthenticated users' works  
  • Dileep explains what no-code and low code experiences are 
  • The future of PowerApps Portals licensing – when it comes to changes  
  • Discusses the setup and configurations on how to make the Power platform simple 
  • PowerApps Component Framework in PowerApps Portals 
  • Talks about the plans on OneDrive file access and SharePoint file access via PowerApps Portals  
  • Resources and training materials available for the community to access PowerApps Portals 
  • Specific forums for PowerApps Portals 
  • Answers some questions on Twitter.  

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Dileep Singh

Dileep Singh is a Senior Program Manager at Dynamics CRM. He has a wide scope and knowledge of Business solutions and applications. In his current position at Microsoft, Dileep is responsible for CRM Customer Service and portals. In addition to that, he has worked in the past on various areas like SharePoint Integration, Application infrastructure etc. A Bachelor of Tech degree holder from NIT Allahabad, India, has been working in Microsoft for 6 years.