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Canviz Lights Up Microsoft Ignite Sessions

11 October 2017

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 October 11, 2017
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For more than half a year leading up to the Microsoft Ignite 2017 conference all of us at Canviz were busily working behind the scenes to make code samples, reference implementations, and demos that were used in numerous keynote and breakout sessions at the show.

To help you get the most out of these materials I’ve compiled a list of the sessions where our work appeared as well as links to the code samples and reference implementations (where available).  If you are looking to implement solutions similar to these, or need any help with these technologies please let us know, we’d love to help you out! 🙂


Session Video: Microsoft 365: Unlock creativity and empower teamwork in the modern workplace

How Canviz helped:

Architecture, Design, and Development for the PowerApps and Flow associated with the SharePoint list and iPhone presented from 47:06-52:40.


Session Video: Future of Software Development in the Cloud with Azure Platform

How Canviz helped:

Architecture, Design, and Development for the demo application shown from 10:48 – 28:30.


Session Video: An overview of Web Apps for Containers on Linux

How Canviz helped:

Architecture, Design, and Development for all the demos shown throughout the session.

Supplemental materials:

Get the Developer Finder Azure Web App for Containers source code, setup instructions, and documentation at the following GitHub repository.

https://github.com/Azure-App-Service/DemoApp


Session Video: Build intelligent line-of-business apps leveraging Outlook/Exchange data, using Microsoft Graph

How Canviz helped:

Architecture and Development for the I’m Out! PowerApp shown in this session from 58:52 – 1:07:14.

Supplemental materials:

PowerApps developers can start using this app template right away and customize it for their organization!

Check it out here.

Click on the Out of Office tile and preview or customize the app.

You can learn more about this PowerApp (and more samples like it coming soon) on the PowerApps Blog in this post:

Announcing New Office Template series

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