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Power Platform Dev Weekly #152
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Another week of Power Platform, though it has been a little quiet on the official blogs this week, the community has made up for it with some exciting content.
Make sure you keep up with the Alphabet series by Hardit Bhatia, some great tips & such an effort.
Also, Mx Em D’arcy graces us with their presence with a series of articles on CoE Starter Kit.
Microsoft feature releases and announcements
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🥇 Cover Story
An article that is 100% aligned to this blog - using the newly released Power Platform Tools for Visual Studio 2022 to create a plugin.
💎 Model Driven Apps & Dataverse
Interesting article on the ability to customise the display of data in subgrids depending on the data on the form
Debajit is back with a walkthrough of the steps necessary to share a model driven app.
🏋️♂️ Canvas Apps
Matt shows a smart way to create a button with icon and text in Canvas app.
Hardit shows how it is easy to create multi-lingual Canvas apps.
😎 Power Automate
Hardit is working through the alphabet, his tip is how to send JSON to your flow.
👍 Everything else in Power Platform
Having an effective environment strategy in place is critical for a successful ALM deployment process within Power Platform, especially when you are working with solutions
The CrmKeeper highlights the announcement from the Power CAT team and why you should be excited.
🎮 Other Interesting Articles
Em is on part three of a series of configuring the CoE starter kit. Great series walking you through everything you need to know.
Hardit is upto K and shows how to lock down a device to only show one app.
Daryl & Scott are joined by Clément to discuss his tools, particularly Delat Plugins.
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