In this article, I will go over some of the technical requirements I was faced with when first working on an existing Microsoft Power Apps app. I will also cover some of my findings on Power Automate as well as my experience in getting to a working solution using the Power Automate/Flow documentation and examples.
Tag: app developers
When joining the Head Start internship programme, I started working with Android as this was the only experience that I had. Since then I have been granted the opportunity to learn iOS app development, which is where I find myself at the point of writing this blog post.
Android is a vast and dynamic ecosystem and you could spend weeks learning about specific tools or concepts, only to discover that what you learnt either isn’t as important, or shouldn’t be used anymore. In this post, I share the list of skills that I think Android developers should learn in the hopes that these will help you to concentrate your efforts on the important stuff.
The immedia ecosystem, a Durban-based Microsoft Gold Partner, announced today that it has earned its third gold competency in Cloud Platform. This Gold competency represents the highest level of expertise within Microsoft solutions and further validates immedia’s growth as one of … Continue Reading
Using Microsoft’s SlowCheetah we can easily specify different configurations based on the environment. In this post, I’ll be showing you how to remove confidential information from being committed to source control.
The Apple App Store has just released their annual lists of the best apps – and the SuperSport app has been proudly featured in both the Streaming and Sports categories.
We’re proud to be the event host for Durban’s brand new Xamarin User Group. Come meet other Xamarin devs!