Roy Kiprop

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Roy is deeply passionate about technology, especially Microsoft Power Platform. His journey in the tech world has made him skilled in various Microsoft Power Platform tools like Power Apps, Power BI, Power Automate, Power Virtual Agents, AI, and Dataverse. He sees immense potential in these technologies for creating innovative, no-code/low-code solutions. He is currently a certified App Maker and is on a mission to exploit the full potential of the Power Platform. 

Additionally, Roy takes pride in being an active Power Platform User Group Kenya member. Collaborating with like-minded individuals, he stays updated on the latest trends and continuous learning opportunities in the tech space. 

He likes sharing his knowledge, insights, tips, and best practices about technology through article writing. Feel free to contact him on any of his social media handles.


Published by Roy Kiprop

Modern Controls in Power Apps

- 30 min read-Roy Kiprop
Delve into the realm of modern controls in Power Apps. This article unveils all the features of the current modern controls available. Explore how to leverage them to build modern, user-friendly canvas applications with enhanced accessibility, performance, and usability.

Prebuilt AI Builder Models in Power Platform

- 26 min read-Roy Kiprop
See how to use prebuilt AI Builder models in Power Platform, specifically in Power Automate and Power Apps, to develop intelligent, innovative solutions that increase operational efficiency at the personal and business level. Examples of models include receipt processing, invoice processing, ID reader, sentiment analysis, key phrase extraction, language detection, and more.

Using Named Formulas Instead of Global Variables and Context Variables in Power Apps

- 8 min read-Roy Kiprop
This article aims to introduce a new feature in Power Apps called name formulas, which can be used in the place of global and context variables to define reusable expressions. The article gives an in-depth description of named formulas and how you can start using the feature in your application.