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Last week Microsoft made many announcements on Power Apps. One of the most important was naming Power Fx, the unified language used in Power Apps Canvas Apps and other Power Platform products. This announcement is more than just naming a language because it unveils a long-term plan for standardizing the Power Platform stack of development tools.
April Dunnam of Microsoft provides a concise explanation in the video above, relating the announcement to the groups of products and developers who are affected by the change.
Microsoft is targeting citizen developers or power users as a key segment of people who, in addition to other software developers, will create Power Apps solutions. These users, perhaps more than other software developers, are likely to be familiar with Excel functions.
By the end of 2021, Microsoft will be rolling out standardization on Power Fx for Dataverse calculated columns, AI Build, and Power Virtual Agents. Subsequently the language will be standardized for Dataverse business rules and Power Automate.
For a more detailed explanation of Power Fx, see the video from Rory Neary:
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