Power Platform Developers Weekly - Issue #18
🥇 Cover Story
Every few people know about this expression in WebApi and Alex does a deep dive into this expression.
👍 Power Platform
Continuing from the previous post, Nishant looks into append and merge capabilities in DataFlows.
Ever wanted to use the Posts feature in D365 but worried about missing a message? This bot will help you overcome that worry.
There are multiple mechanisms you can put in place to protect from the viruses and some of them are discussed in this blog.
💎 CDS & Model Driven Apps
Sometimes you have customers that do not want to use new features, well Debajit explains his story and how he resolved it.
Don't want to use the search capabilities on sub-grid, there is a safe way to remove it.
Can approval process be extended beyond what it is doing today? The answer is Yes, as Alex shows us how to do it.
🏋️♂️ Canvas Apps
Clement shares his experience with offline capabilities of Canvas Apps and also shares tips and tricks to avoid the issues he faced.
Want to build a step web form for easy data entry with next and previous buttons. This blog will help you achieve that.
🐱🏍 Power Automate
In this #PowerShot, Yash shows you how to setup a flow with Power Automate that calls a Win Automation process to merge two or more PDF documents.
Working with polymorphic lookups in Canvas Apps and Flows is always tricky. No more as this blog will guide you on how to use them in Flows.
New action arrived in Power Automate! Learn how to use mentions in Microsoft Teams via Power Automate.
🔨 Tools & Components
A new XrmToolBox that lets you create Visio diagrams to represent and document your entities and relationships in CDS.
A control that is a clone of OOB Text Field Control for rendering email address with possibility to add a custom action from a web resource.
A control to display a dataset (list of records) with the possibility of grouping by an attribute.
🎮 All Tech
Hey there! In this article, Microsoft Graph Toolkit will be consumed in an ASP.NET Core MVC web app.
It happens that in your organization the very first React application is built with months of dedication but fail to reflect on security aspects.
In this episode, we talk to 17 year MVP David Yack about the tools in his web page, CDS.tools
🐤 Tweets of the week
🤩 Thanks for reading
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