Power Platform Dev Weekly #153
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It’s been a POWERful week this week as Microsoft ran its PowerfulDevs event with lots of familiar faces like Scott Durow, Daniel Laskewitz, Diana Birkelbach, and many more. If you’d like to catch up on the event, all the details are on the Microsoft event page.
Microsoft feature releases and announcements
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🥇 Cover Story
A SharePoint multiple person column can be filtered with no delegation warnings in Power Apps. So can a multiple choices column type and a multiple lookups type column. No, it cannot be done with the Power Apps filter function. But it can be done by using a Power Automate flow. Read to know more.
💎 Model Driven Apps & Dataverse
Separate data from your Power FX logic is an important concept also in low-code. Ben explains this with some examples and some methods in doing so. This was a great read and a good follow up to a previous post combining so many elements of the Power Platform.
🏋️♂️ Canvas Apps
Have you ever had the need to vertically scroll text in your apps? Hardit did it in his teleprompter app. It is pretty easy to do, learn how!
In this blog, we will learn how to create a waffle navigation menu for easy accessibility of features and navigating other screens in canvas apps.
🌎 Power Pages
The fantastic Nick Doelman made a return to blogging after a hiatus with this great blog. A fascinating read re-inventing the way we think about using the platform and how we combine it all together.
😎 Power Automate
A great article on some core functionality of Power Automate and a feature that people often don’t realise can be so powerful.
🚀 PCF & Custom Pages
An excellent article from Benjamin that shows how to bundle multiple PCF controls in one single Power Apps solution
Power Component Framework can be used to enhance the user experience for users working with data on forms, views, dashboards, and even canvas app screens. Learn more in #LowCodeFebruary.
👍 Everything else in Power Platform
Check out this blog from Em to the display the Contact information on a Basic form in Power pages.
As a developer, you might be used to working with the command line. When using low-code tools like the Power Platform, that's not a given. To bridge the gap for developers, Microsoft has created the Power Platform CLI.
🔨 Tools & Components
A new release of FXB with loads of new features. Jonas is rocking!!
🎮 Other Interesting Articles
🐤 Tweets of the week
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