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Last week as mentioned in earlier issue, community hosted #PowerApps call was conducted and in case you missed it, find the recording here. While we are talking about Power Apps, Microsoft has released a troubleshooting guide for Ribbons on Model-driven Apps, so take a look at it.
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Git Submodules in Visual Studio ⋆ The Dynamics 365 Trenches — jonasr.app
Using Git Submodules in Visual Studio is not always straight forward, but once you get the hang of it can be a powerful way to simplify development.
A guide to remote development with Live Share | Visual Studio Blog — devblogs.microsoft.com
Visual Studio Live Share was built on the bold principle of making remote developer collaboration as powerful and natural as in-person collaboration.
CDS WebApi Samples · Microsoft — github.com
Sample code for Power Apps, including Common Data Service, model-driven apps, canvas apps, and Power Apps Component Framework. – Microsoft/PowerApps-Samples
Debug Ribbon button customization using Command Checker — d365demystified.com
Struggling with ribbon customization? Check this out.
Using Parse JSON to read individual List Records in Power Automate — d365demystified.com
Having trouble seeing Output in List Records in CDS Connector in Flow? Check what I did.
Code components for canvas apps – Power Apps | Microsoft Docs — docs.microsoft.com
Create code components for canvas apps
PCF Control: Quick Edit Form — stuffandtacos.azurewebsites.net
A PCF control that allows you to reuse a Quick View Form for display and let the user edit related record directly within the parent one.
Custom Alerts | PCF Gallery — pcf.gallery
A control that shows the custom alerts for success, alert, confirmation, and multistep alert for inputs.
New XrmToolBox Tool – Power Apps Portal Dependencies! — futurezconsulting.com
This tool will allow you to select CDS components and view their dependencies in a single view.
XrmToolCast: Daryl and Jonas Argue Early Bound vs. Late Bound — xrmtoolcast.libsyn.com
In this episode, Markus Erlandsson invites Daryl and Jonas to discuss early bound development vs late bound development.
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