Abstract

Microsoft has made it possible for developers to create and release their own custom visuals to enhance the Power BI experience. In this session, we will take a look at six custom visuals and see how they integrate into the rest of the Power BI Desktop application.


Slides

The slides are available in HTML 5 format. All modern browsers (including tablets and phones) should be able to navigate the slides successfully.

These slides are also available in Power Point format.

The slides are licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike.


Demo Code

The demonstration code is available on my GitHub repository. This includes two Power BI Desktop files, including one finalized version. It also includes two data files that we use in the presentation.

The source code is licensed under the terms offered by the GPL. The slides are licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike.


Additional Media

On Tuesday, September 13, 2016, I gave a version of this talk as a Microsoft webinar. You can view the recorded session (requires free registration).


Links And Further Information

Basic Links

Creating Visuals

Although this talk does not cover creating custom visuals, I wanted to provide a few links on the topic as a next step with custom visuals.