In this video I take a look at Teams + Power Apps, the Project Oakdale public preview. I go through what Project Oakdale is, how to setup Power Apps inside Microsoft Teams, how the interface works and how to build a table.
Project Oakdale takes some of the capabilities of the Common Data Service (CDS) and brings them directly into teams. You can then build amazing Power Apps using the power of CDS and leverage them directly in Microsoft Teams.
These are my first impressions, recorded immediately after the release.
What is Project Oakdale: https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/introducing-project-oakdale-a-new-low-code-data-platform-for-microsoft-teams/
Public Preview Release: https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/now-in-preview-customize-teams-with-built-in-power-platform-capabilities/
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