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For my last PowerApp project I wanted to create a setup where the styling is centrally managed for the PowerApp. I did not found a method yet online but this blog: Giving Consumers Color and Text Size Configuration Options from Audrie Gordon explained how to load the styling from a collection in the app. This is a great method. And I thought wat if I store my styling information in a SharePoint List and load that information in a collection at startup. I did some test and it works very well.
In this blog I will create a simple example how to setup the styling. The following components of a button/buttons will be styled: font, background color, border color, font size, font color and font weight.
In SharePoint created a custom list called “AppStyling”. Add an extra column “Single line of text” to the list called “Setting”.
I added my…
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