MB-400: Microsoft Power Apps + Dynamics 365 Developer Study Guide
The MB400: Microsoft Power Apps + Dynamics 365 developer exam was retired on December 31, 2020. The PL-400: Microsoft Power Platform developer exam is available as a replacement.
TheMB-400: Microsoft Power Apps and Dynamics 365 Developer exam tests your ability to complete technical tasks such creating a technical design and configuring Common Data Service. Candidates who are preparing for this exam will be working with Dynamics 365’s Power Apps model-driven apps to design, develop and secure an implementation of Dynamics 365. Candidates will implement components of a solution, including application enhancements, custom user experiences, system integrations and data conversions.
This exam is a great way to get certified as a Microsoft Associate. The Study Guide is your information treasure trove, providing access to all the resources you need to pass the exam. Let’s start with the basics.
Skills and knowledge required
Microsoft MB-400 Exam Learning Path
After passing the Exam MB400, you will be awarded the credential of Microsoft Certified: Power Apps and Dynamics 365 Developer Associate. To earn the Microsoft Certified: Power Apps and Dynamics 365 Developer Associate credential you must pass either Exam MB200: Microsoft Power Platform + Dynamics 365 core or Exam MB400: Microsoft Power Apps & Dynamics 365 developer.
Source: MicrosoftPreparation Guideto qualify Microsoft MB-400 Exam
Preparation is key to passing an exam. You need to be consistent and determined when preparing for an exam. There are many resources to help you prepare. This Study Guide will give you a detailed overview of the learning resources available and the steps required to pass the exam.
First, you will need to read the official guide for Microsoft MB-400 exam. You should familiarize yourself with the objectives and course areas of the exam. Spend enough time on each topic and be familiar with the concepts. Your knowledge will grow if you focus your study around the course domains. The official guide serves as a blueprint for passing the exam. It includes information about the exam policies and course outline. The Official Guide is a useful reference for exam preparation. These domains are covered by the exam:
Domain 1 – Create a technical design (10-15%) – This includes the concepts needed to validate requirements and design technical architecture. Also, create a data modeling.
Domain 2- Configure Common Data Service (15-20%) – This covers topics related to security and development. You can also implement entities and fields. Also, create and maintain solutions
Domain 3- Create and Configure Power Apps (10-15%) – This includes creating model-driven apps as well as Canvas Apps.
Domain 4- Configure business processes automation (10-15%) – This domain focuses on concepts for Power Automate and implementation.
Domain 5- Extend user experience (15-20%): It also covers concepts to apply business logic via client scripting. Als