10-09-2016 12:29 PM
• Recap Power BI News
• Power to the People: Using Power BI in Web Applications by George Young
Over the past few months, the Power BI team has released a number of new features that make it incredibly easy to share your BI visuals outside of Power BI. Publish to Web, Power BI Embedded, and the Power BI APIs allow you to easily consume and share interactive visuals in your web applications (and other apps). We’ll take a look at how to do this, using these new features, with live demos.
George has worked as a software developer for the past two decades, including twelve at Microsoft. He is currently an independent consultant (Dawson Butte Software) living at 7000 feet in Larkspur, Colorado, where he works primarily on .NET applications, including a client for which he is developing embedded Power BI for their web application. He is the Vice President of the Denver Area Access Users Group, and has presented to a variety of groups, including Denver Dev Days, the Denver Visual Studio User Group, SharePoint Saturday, and Access Day.
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