Quick Question – How many Visualization options come built-in with Power BI?
Quick Answer – Not nearly enough.
Prem will walk you through the extra visualizations that are in the wonderful awesome Power BI Visuals Marketplace called AppSource. However, no matter how many options you find, there is always a need for that little bit of tweaking or that one metric that doesn’t fit in neatly within your current visual. While most users put up with what’s available, you don’t really have to. Learn how to build your very own Custom Visual for Power BI using a web framework like React and embed it in your web application. You will fast track your learning, pick up some cool tips, avoid the common pitfalls when starting off to open up a new world. It is easy to transform your organization’s reports and dashboards.
About the speakers
Prem is a Solution Architect at SSW and brings over 12 years of enterprise software development and management experience to the SSW Team.
Having worked with clients across various domains including telecom, automotive, retail and pharma, Prem specialises in building bespoke solutions and platforms for his clients. His claim to fame is building a rostering and sales commission payment system for one of Australia's telecom giants as well as a custom ETL solution similar to Jitterbit. As a certified CRISC and CISM professional, Prem also has a wider interest in IT risk and security.
If time and money were not a factor, he would try his hand at opening a cafe serving stupendous sandwiches and spectacular coffee.
Quick Question – How many Visualization options come built-in with Power BI? Quick Answer – Not nearly enough. Prem will walk you through the extra visualizations that are in the wonderful awesome Power BI Visuals Marketplace called AppSource. However, no matter how many options you find, there is always a need for that little bit…
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