In this blog we convert Power Apps data – including textual, camera and pen / ink content – to HTML and PDF. To make sure there are no authentication problems when deploying the Power App to end-users, we decouple the Power Apps Flows from the Flow that does the PDF Conversion. Confused? Just follow along and your confusion will be cleared.
In our previous blog, we understood how the Attachment Control works, how can we push the Attachments into a Gallery Control, Collect all the data from the Gallery and then store the Collection in JSON format in a variable.
In this blog post, we will use the SharePoint List Attachment control(without the SharePoint list Data-source) in Power Apps upload a couple of documents and Merge it into a Single PDF and Send it as an email.
In this article, we use the newly released JSON for canvas apps function and export all the images in a PowerApps Gallery to an HTML file and then convert that HTML file to a PDF file using the Muhimbi PDF Converter. To reduce the complexity, we will divide the article in three parts: Design a canvas app … Continue reading Convert All images from PowerApps Gallery control to HTML\PDF using JSON Function
In my previous blog, we converted an Image to PDF and sent it as an email attachment. In this blog, we will get into a bit complex scenario i.e. Create a PDF with PowerApps data with an image using Muhimbi Converter Service Online and send the converted PDF as an email attachment.
I have been working with PowerAPPS for quite some time and to be honest initially I was not comfortable using it, but slowly and steadily I am LIKING IT ❤ and yes, it seems to be the perfect product for the Mobile ERA. However, one feature that it lacks is converting the screens into Printable … Continue reading Creating Printable PDF’s of PowerAPPs screen which contain Pen-controls.