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If you are Dynamics 365 Developer (or I should say Power Platform Developer) you are probably aware of the trending topic of the last weeks: PCF.What is PCF? PCF stands for PowerApps Component Framework, a new way to create custom controls for model-driven apps (more info at Microsoft Docs).PowerApps Component Framework (also called in the past CCF Custom Control Framework) is an interesting concept to enhance the UX of our apps, it has been in private preview for a very long time and currently is in public preview.Despite its preview state, many developers started to create controls and to avoid dispersion I decided to create a website to collect the amazing controls created by the Power Platform community, this website is PCF Gallery (https://pcf.gallery).I created the site the other day so it's a bit empty right now, but I am sure soon it will list dozen of controls. If you created a control or you found a control and want it to be listed please contact me (by Twitter or email).PCF Gallery has also an Ideas forum (thanks Nick Doelman for the suggestion) where people can submit their idea for new controls, hopefully developers can use them to build new controls for the community.What are you waiting for? Click on the logo to get started!
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