Microsoft is looking to make building Windows 10 Apps that leverage Azure services easier for business users with the release of PowerApps.  Using a tool that you download from the Windows Store, users can create apps from prebuilt templates, from an existing data source, or from scratch using step-by-step templates.

Apps can be built from pre-existing data sources including Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, SharePoint Online, MS Dynamics, and SQL Databases.  Connections can also be made to Azure Logic Apps and Azure API apps as well.  There are a number of prebuilt templates to choose from also including Event Signup, Opportunity Tracking, Service Desk, and Surveys.

For more information or to sign up for access to PowerApps, visit the PowerApps site.  Scott Hanselman also has a good blog post geared more toward professional developers showing how to combine Azure App Service with PowerApps.