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If you are new to Power Apps or are still catching up with lot of new changes that have happened on the platform then do take a look at the learning catalog created by Microsoft. You can also signup for a day training on Power Platform by Microsoft on May 13th.
Last week we had great events, MBAS and GitHub Satellite, both were virtual events. Microsoft Business Application Summit on-demand videos are available here. To watch GitHub Satellite, you can click here.
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Application lifecycle management (ALM) with Microsoft Power Platform — docs.microsoft.com
Learn how to implement application lifecycle management (ALM) using Microsoft Power Platform
ALM for Power Platform Dataflows – The story begins – Carina M. Claesson — carinaclaesson.com
Today I was surprised and very happy when I found that we are now able to create a Power Platform Dataflow FROM WITHIN A SOLUTION!
Generating OAuth2 V2.0 Endpoint Tokens for Common Data Service — crmchap.co.uk
OAuth 2.0 authentication can transform into a very deep rabbit hole if you find yourself stumbling into it for the first time.
Case sensitivity of string comparisons – Hardit Bhatia: The Power Addict — thepoweraddict.com
Different types of string comparisons work differently. Some are case sensitive while some are insensitive. This blog looks into those differences
When Power Automate picks the wrong type | Dynamics CRM Tip Of The Day — crmtipoftheday.com
When Power Automate picks the wrong type. How to fix it.
PCF – Prevent saving the form when input is invalid — benediktbergmann.eu
In this article you will learn how to prevent saving the form when the input in your PCF is invalid. This includes changes in your PCF and in CDS.
PCF: getOutputs – Dianamics Power — dianabirkelbach.wordpress.com
The getOutputs method of the PCF components seems pretty self-explaining but I was a little unsure about the possibility of setting values to null.
Main Form Dialog | PCF Gallery — pcf.gallery
A control that uses the Main Form Dialog (or navigateTo) feature within Model Apps to open an Account main form.
Loyalty Level | PCF Gallery — pcf.gallery
A control based on React to visually display and edit the loyalty level for a rewards member: bronze, silver, gold, or platinum.
Date Two Option | PCF Gallery — pcf.gallery
A control that turns a PowerApps date field into a checkbox. When the checkbox is clicked, the current date is stored in the backing date field.
Working with GitHub Issues in Visual Studio Code — code.visualstudio.com
Working with GitHub Issues in Visual Studio Code
XrmToolCast: The Quick Edit Form, A PCF Control — xrmtoolcast.libsyn.com
In this episode we interview Clement Olivier, the creator of the Quick Edit Form, about his new tool. Clement explains why he made the Quick Edit Form control.
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