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Today's ITUnity Champ:
Rogers, based in Birmingham, Ala., is a well-known speaker, and trainer when it comes to SharePoint and all things Office 365.
She’s also a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional for Office Servers and Services and author of several books on SharePoint and InfoPath. Her personal web site’s tag line is “SharePoint for Non-Developers,” and she provides lots of links, tips and tricks there.
Rogers recently spoke with Jeremy Thake, VP of Product Technology at Hyperfish, a company specializing in Office 365 and Azure, about what PowerApps mean for InfoPath users. PowerApps is one of Microsoft’s newer power-user development tools. It’s meant for building Web and mobile business applications without coding.
Power Apps for InfoPath users with Laura Rogers — Hyperfish Podcast
In this episode, Rogers talks about:
- What PowerApps is
- What she sees customers using Power Apps for
- That you don’t have to use Microsoft Flow with Power Apps, you can use SharePoint Designer Workflows if you want
- The story for SharePoint Server customers