In this blog post, we will be using the SharePoint Online Power BI web part to render the report and Convert the Page to PDF. The Power BI web part gives the SharePoint Online a much-desired edge by allows SharePoint users to embed Power BI reports directly in SharePoint Online pages with no code required.
PowerApps component framework has been getting a lot of attention recently. Many developers are creating amazing controls which in turn are helping Power User in their development. In this Demo, we will create an 'Convert HTML to PDF' to PDF component and use in in our Power Apps.
One of the many advantages provided by the PDF file format is the ability to password protect files to make sure they cannot be opened by un-authorized users. Even more useful, in my opinion, is the ability to apply restrictions to PDF files to prevent users from copying its content or even sending it to a printer.