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How To Integrate Company News Control in Canvas Powerapp
If you have an app you want to embed, the first step is to set parameters for the Uniform Resource Identifier (URI), so that the iframe knows where to find the app. The URI is in the following form:
The only thing you have to do is substitute the ID of your app for [AppID] in the URI (including '[' & ']'). We'll show you how to get that value shortly, but first here are all the parameters available in the URI:
[appID] - It provides the ID of the app to run.
tenantid - is an optional parameter to support guest access and determines which tenant to open the app from.
screenColor - is used to provide a better app loading experience for your users. This parameter is in the format RGBA (red value, green value, blue value, alpha) and controls the screen color while the app loads. It is best to set it to the same color as your app's icon.
source - does not affect the app, but we suggest you add a descriptive name to refer to the source of the embedding.
Lastly, you can add any custom parameters you want using the Param() function, and those values can be consumed by your app. They are added to the end of the URI, such as [AppID]?source=iframe¶m1=value1¶m2=value2. These parameters are read only during launch of the app. If you need to change them, you must relaunch the app.
Embed your app in a website
Embedding your app is now as simple as adding the iframe to the HTML code for your site (or any other service that supports iframes, such as Power BI or SharePoint):
<iframe width="[W]" height="[H]" src="apps.powerapps.com/.../[AppID] allow="geolocation; microphone; camera"/>
Specify values for the iframe width and height, and substitute the ID of your app for [AppID].
I hope this information helps!
Hi thanks for reply but i dont want to embed powerapp in to crm . i want to embed company news control in canvas powerapp through solutions but not in crm .
I would recommend you post this theme in the Power Apps community, and the experts over there will help you solve this problem.
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