Note: This course has been replaced by the Microsoft Power Platform Developer (PL-400) course.
Your course package is designed to provide maximum learning and convenience. This is included in the price of your course:
Your expert instructor will get you ready for the following exam and certification, which are included in your course package and covered by the Certification guarantee.
- Have attended Power Platform Fundamentals course or passed PL-900
- Have passed MB-200 exam.
- Experience in creating server-side plug-ins.
- Experience in administering Azure.
Using our engaging learning methodology including a variety of tools, we’ll cover the entire curriculum.
Microsoft Power Apps + Dynamics 365 Developer Introduction
Module 1 - Introduction to developing with the Power Platform
This module is an introduction extending the Power Platform as a developer including:
- Introduction to the Power Platform and Common Data Service
- Configuration vs Code
- Dynamics 365 apps
- Developer Tools
- Extensibility options
Module 2 - Extending the Power Platform Common Data Service
This module is Introduction to extending the Common Data Service using .NET code:
- Event framework
- Custom Workflow assemblies
Module 3- Extending the Power Platform user experience
This module is about using client-side script to interact with the user interface:
- Web resources
- Events in Forms and Grids
Additional Module – Common Data Service
This module covers the components of the Common Data Service:
- Entities, relationships and fields
Additional Module – Web API
This module is an introduction to Web API.
Additional Module – Power Apps
This module covers creating canvas and model-driven apps:
- Creating model-driven apps
- Configure forms, views and charts
- Crating canvas apps
Additional Module – Power Automate
This module is an introduction to Power Automate:
- Creating a Flow
- Business Process Flows
Additional Module – Azure
This module is an introduction to Azure:
- Cloud Concepts
- Introduction to Azure
- Azure Administration
Additional Module – Dynamics 365 Apps
This module is about whether requirements can be met with out-of-the-box functionality.
Microsoft Power Apps + Dynamics 365 Developer Advanced (MB-400)
- Extensibility Model
- Event Pipeline
- Global Discovery Service
- Organization Service
- Web API
This module focuses on building a data model for the Common Data Service and understanding the Common Data Model.
Common Data Service
This module is about advanced features of the common data service:
- Business Rules
- Calculated Fields
- Rollup Fields
- Alternate keys
- Plugin vs Calculate Fields vs Rollup Fields
- Using code with rollup fields
- CDS Connector(s)
- Virtual entities
- Troubleshoot Security
This module covers the advanced options for creating plug-ins:
- Filtering Attributes
- Shared Variables
- Authentication, Authorization and Impersonation
- Custom Actions
- Error Handling
- Alternatives to Plugins
- Best Practice
- Web Resources
- Form Script
- Event Handlers
- Calling Web API from client-side code
- Scripting with Business Process Flows
This module is about changing the application navigation buttons
- Structure of
- Using the Ribbon Workbench
Application Lifecycle Management
This module is about managing components through multiple environments:
- Package Deployer
The module is concerned with the various APIs and methods available on the Power Platform:
- Web API
- Azure Key Vault
This module is about the different ways the Power Platform can be integrated with other systems:
- Alternate Keys
- Change Tracking
- Data Export Service
This module is about advanced features of Power Automate:
- Query OData queries
- When to use Power Automate vs Code
- Custom Connectors
This module is about advanced features of Canvas apps:
- Reusable components
- Calling Power Automate
Power Apps Component Framework (PCF)
This module is about building reusable PCF components.
- Introduction to PCF
- Create a PCF component
This module is about leveraging Azure functionality to extend the platform,
- Service Bus
- Logic Apps
- Using Azure Functions as Custom Connectors
- Event Listener
- Logic Apps vs. Power Automate
- Plugins vs Azure Functions
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