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Power Platform Dev Weekly #154
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by Benedikt Bergmann
In this blog post, we will learn how to create a read-only nested editable grid to show information from a table two relations away in Dataverse.
💎 Model Driven Apps & Dataverse
by Temmy Wahyu Raharjo
When we are generating a plugin project using Power Platform CLI the csproj that is being generated it's different from the one that SparkleXrm has. This post shows you the changes you need to make in order to work with spkl.
by Debajit Dutta
Check out this blog from Debajit where he shows a no-code approach to disable navigation on Primary column of a table in Model driven apps.
🏋️♂️ Canvas Apps
by Hardit Bhatia
We all want our apps to be zippy! As fast as a Ferrari in a Formula 1! But we all run into performance issues. And spend hours trying to figure out what's causing the slowness. So how do we monitor an app's performance to identify problems?
😎 Power Automate
by Carl de Souza
In this post, we will look at a new preview feature in Power Automate, the ability to use natural language to create Power Automate flows, and also the ability to build approvals with Dataverse using Power Automate.
by Pieter Veenstra
A very interesting read from Pieter on how to calculate progress on a task list in SharePoint using Power Auotmate
👍 Everything else in Power Platform
by Matthew Devaney
A useful article from Matt for things to do when setting up a new environment.
by The CRM Ninja
With the recent announcement of Power BI being able to be included in Power Platform solutions, LOTS of people were celebrating. Finally there would be the ability to not only include Power BI reports within solutions, but we could then also automate (aka ALM) it as well! Celebrations all round….well, for the most part.
🎮 Other Interesting Articles
Power Apps Developer Plan environments | Power Platform - Priyesh Wagh
Handling Azure AD MFA prompt in Playwright – Natraj Yegnaraman
Remove controls during print in Power Apps canvas apps - Debajit Dutta
🐤 Tweets of the week
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