Eventhub Integration with Power apps

Sheneoy TechEnthusiast 40 Reputation points

Hi Tech Geeks ,

We are a team of enthusiastic developers working on various services of Azure , in that we are now exploring how to showcase our streaming data from event hub to Power apps platform , since we are new to this services any help from the tech geeks in this community will be really helpful for my team .


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Azure Event Hubs
Azure Event Hubs
An Azure real-time data ingestion service.
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  1. ChakaravarthiRangarajanBhargavi-1820 710 Reputation points

    Hello Sheneoy,

    It's fantastic to hear about your exploration of streaming data. To get started, I recommend diving into Azure documentation, particularly the Azure Event Hubs and Power Apps documentation, which provide in-depth information, tutorials, and best practices.


    Create an Azure Event Hub namespace and an Event Hub within it. Configure Event Hub to receive and process data streams. You'll need to have a data source that generates events, such as IoT devices, applications, or services. Make sure they can send data to your Event Hub. Post that, Design a Power App that will consume and visualize the streaming data. You can use Power Apps Studio for this purpose.

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    Once you have done with the Powerapp creation, connect the to Event Hub. Use Power Automate (formerly known as Flow) or Power Apps' connectors to establish a connection between your Power App and Azure Event Hubs.

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    Configure triggers to fetch and display data in real-time.

    Once you have connected, you would be able to see something like this in the power apps to ensure that you are connected with the event hub

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    Good luck with your exploration and development efforts, and feel free to reach out through this comment if you need further assistance.

    Best regards,

    Chakravarthi Rangarajan Bhargavi

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