Power Platform Dev Weekly #200
Welcome to the 200th Power Platform Dev Weekly! This is a great milestone for our newsletter and we wanted to say thank you to all the content creators and subscribers. Without you, there won’t be PPDevWeekly. To celebrate this joyous occasion our team of PPDevWeekly authors gathered on a video conference meeting and shared some insights. Take a look at the cover story.
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🥇 Cover Story
Thank you for joining us in Episode 200!
Whether this is your 1st newsletter or your 200th, we thank you for joining us on the journey as the curators of the newsletter all got together for the first time ever to have a little chat and record a video message for this weeks newsletter! Watch it to get some interesting insights into each of the curator and get to know them better.
💎 Model Driven Apps & Dataverse
by Nati Turtledove
Nati follows on from previous post talking about Entra ID security groups and Power Platform environments. Between this and Nati’s first post there are some great lessons here around security in the platform.
by Andrew Ly
Fantastic write up from Andrew on how Long Term Data Retention can help you manage your long term storage requirements with this preview feature.
🏋️♂️ Canvas Apps
by Matthew Devaney
Matthew shows an effective way to filter a gallery with a tab list in canvas apps. Tabs make it easy to change between different views of the data.
by Craig White
Throughout development I love a good set of standards and conventions and Power Apps should be no different. Craig shares his tips and tricks on standards, guidelines and best practices in the platform.
by Carsten Groth
Carsten drops a double blog post, talking about Copilot risk assessments throughout Power Platform. Some fantastic in detail examples and descriptions here and he ends the second post teasing there is more to come!
This blog delves into the utilization of Copilot, an integral feature of Power Automate, demonstrating how it facilitates the seamless creation of automation flows, especially for those who are new to the field.
😎 Power Automate
Dawid Ziolkowski shows how to resize images with Cloud Flows with an example scenario.
by Mohamed Ashiq Faleel
This blog post will explore how to automate the capacity assignment (in case of capacity add-ons such as AI Builder Credits, Per-App plan, Power Pages Capacity, Power Automate Per Flow are allocated at an environment level and are not tied to individual users) using the Power Platform API, which is currently in preview at the time of writing.
👍 Everything else in Power Platform
by Mike Hartley
Mike is back with 3 blog posts! Great to see Mikes A-Z back with 3 great articles and and guidance with accessibility. If you’ve missed anything else in the A-Z so far, it’s well worth checking out.
🎮 Other Interesting Articles
Analyzing PowerApps Canvas and Model-Driven Apps Performance - James Yumnam
6 Stages of Solution Deployment - Carl Cookson
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