Digital technology is increasingly important in all our lives and is transforming the way we all work, communicate and do business. We want to be an innovative and creative council at the forefront of technological development so that we can help make life easier and more convenient for everyone we come into contact with.
Welcome to beta.devon, a development environment for all of our web sites and an example of how our information and services are presented.
Analysis: An assertion by the London Assembly Transport Committee has raised questions about whether organisations should ask for something in return for opening up their data
Contract with Our Mobile Health accompanied by call for more developers to submit applications to NHS Apps Library
There are now 30 million X-shaped holes in Apple’s estimates. Ouch
We know that Microsoft will be the first platform maker to formally support Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) in its mobile apps store. But the software giant isn’t alone in adopting this important new technology. Both Google and Apple will formally support PWAs in their own platforms too.
In previous articles, I have introduced you to building your first Power BI report and your first PowerApps app. Well, today I am going to make sure you know about the coolest idea ever. You can combine the two.
With the latest preview feature, you can embed a PowerApps app into your Power BI report. And while sticking an app on the page would be cool, they went all the way and you can even pass data to the PowerApps app from the Power BI report. WOW!