Create an Onboarding App with PowerApps & SQL Server
This article is a summary of a YouTube video "Build an Onboarding App" by PowerApps Tutorial
TLDR Demonstrate how to create a comprehensive onboarding app using PowerApps and Microsoft SQL Server, with features such as user registration, document management, dynamic questionnaires, and management-level dashboard.
Building an onboarding app using PowerApps and Microsoft SQL Server, with features like user registration, document management, dynamic questionnaires, and management-level dashboard.
Collecting data is important for building features and programs, as it may become valuable in the future, and the speaker plans to work on more beginner-level projects in the future, sharing a link for a sample onboarding project, while discussing the schedule for their live sessions and the process of creating tables with default values and additional columns for a user table and a new table for documents.
To create a many-to-many relationship in a relational database, use a mapping table, and for an onboarding app, use separate tables for different user types to store specific information.
Create a standardized onboarding app with fields for document details, reuse code and variables, implement a quality management system, and focus on a minimal viable product.
Different forms and checklists can be created for different roles within an organization's onboarding process, and reusing a questionnaire engine can help create an onboarding app that ensures all necessary tasks are completed with new hires.
Build an onboarding app with denormalized data, separate tables for question types and languages, and consider language requirements and performance optimization.
Consider efficient storage methods for boolean values, be mindful of data type mismatches, and think big with multi-language support when designing applications.
The speaker discusses the importance of attention to detail in software development and explains how to create a comprehensive onboarding app using Power Apps by linking different tables in a database and establishing relationships between users, questionnaires, and occurrences.