This week we’re doing a little sidestep because I thought of something. In some use cases, you want the user to access the items through a SharePoint list instead of a gallery in Power Apps. You can achieve this through deep linking which we discussed in the previous blog. But if you want this kind of access, you may want to design your list a little. So let’s deal with the layout in a SharePoint list.
To add a button you need to open the format window where we added the hyperlink in the last blog. Besides the Attributes property we used in the last blog, we can add a style property where we can define some styling options. In the styling property, you can define all kinds of properties to modify and construct a button. For the result below I used the following code:
So try around a little to see what happens if you change something in the syntax. You can use the preview button to see if the desired customisations happen.
Next week we’re going to focus on the creation of components within Power Apps.