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Beginning PowerApps: The Non-Developers Guide to Building Business Mobile Applications by Tim Leung

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© Tim Leung 2017
Tim LeungBeginning PowerAppshttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-3003-9_17

17. Creating Custom Data Connectors

Tim Leung
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Reading, UK
 
PowerApps supports a wide range of data sources through its built-in data connectors. But what if we want to access data sources that are not natively supported - is this possible? The answer is yes. By building a custom data connector, we can connect to any data source that is accessible through a web service. And if our required data source doesn’t include a web service interface, we can overcome this by building our own web service (although this falls outside the scope of this book).
For non-developers, however, this topic can involve lots of confusing jargon. This includes words such as Restful ...

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