In PowerApps we can mask/hide the entire text of a textbox control by changing its Mode to Password. However, in this post I’ll demonstrate how to mask the first ‘X’ characters and only display the last 4 characters, like Credit Card or, Bank Account numbers.
There’s a requirement to sequentially traverse a collection in PowerApps. The issue is that, unlike a normal array in any programming language, we cannot directly access a collection’s item via indexing, in PowerApps i.e., we can’t dynamically read values at any index of a collection.
In this post, I’ll demonstrate how to add a display form to your PowerApps. Display form or, FormViewer is used to view all/multiple properties of any given item of the source, in a read-only fashion. FormViewer helps us to view data in PowerApps. Read More »