Book summary: PowerApps Portals Authentication


I recently read the kindle version of the book PowerApps Portal Authentication by Debajit Dutta and Chandana Kommuri.

The book covers in detail the different authentication methods available for the PowerApps Portals and also provides detailed instructions to set them up.

The different topics included in the book are

  • Local authentication – Self Registrations and Invitations.
  • External Authentication – with Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, Azure Active Directory (B2C and B2B)

This is the first and the only book in the market on PowerApps Portals, and I think it would be very helpful for the Dynamics 365 professionals, as authentication is the basic and most important piece of information needed while configuring PowerApps Portals for the customers.

What I like about the books in general is it gives us all the required information at the same place, instead of being scattered all around out there in the web, and also that information coming from the expert(s) who have been working on it (because of which you’d be buying the book in the first place) adds to its credibility. The book not only covers all the required details (how and why) for setting up the authentication but also presents it simply and concisely. The chapters start with how to register the portals with the external authentication provider, the authentication mechanism available, settings required in portals, etc. There is a specific pattern or consistency about the way chapters are written in the book, which will make it very easy to be referenced when required. Being around 150 pages, the book was also a quick read.

Grab your copy at the link below !

https://www.amazon.in/PowerApps-Portal-Authentication-Debajit-Dutta-ebook/dp/B085X2HL4W

Author: Nishant Rana

I love working in and sharing everything about Microsoft.NET technology !

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