The latest version of the connector Common Data Service (Current) which is the one we should be using moving forward in most cases provides a single trigger, but if you want to implement a logic based on message then this blog will help you solve that problem.
Olena explains us how you can avoid using Workflows as they will get deprecated, when invoking an action from Portal.
Microsoft announced in October 2019 that the portal API was coming and the recent release plans state that it will be generally available in February 2021. However, over the last week or so, the preview has been rolling out to tenants allowing Power App portal developers to try out the new WebAPI.
In this blog Debajit discusses about an important topic – “Error handling in PowerApps portals”. A topic which will excite developers, consultants, administrator or even customers.
Nishant does a short but useful blog on how to fetch count of total number of records using CDS Web Api.
Nishant demonstrates how to show and hide the Dynamics 365 – custom app from users other than having a system administrator role.
Do you want Power Apps to bulk update records from a gallery or a collection? Matt will show you the fastest way to PATCH multiple records in Power Apps.
Recently I came across an ability to change the authoring version of Power Apps Studio in Canvas App. So what exactly is authoring version? Let's take a look.
A blog on setting a lookup attribute value from a dynamic content response of Common Data Service connector.
In this #PowerShot, Yash will show you how to trigger a flow in Power Automate when a record is created in an N:N relationship entity in CDS.
Microsoft FluentUI is often used to develop PCF components, since the controls have a very similar look and feel with the out of the box controls. But take care how you import it in your modules!
In this blog, we will see how to create a configurable PCF Control where few parameters would be taken from the user which will be used in our control.
After lurking for a long time on the poweruser's community blog I was inspired to comment in a conversation regarding the development of best
A control to show the Option Sets with the colors customized using the standard experience inside a grid.
For API testing there are a lot of tools out there that let you perform the test and collect the resu... Tagged with testing, beginners, productivity, webdev.
Today GitHub Actions shipped a series of features designed to improve your workflows when working with PRs from repository forks.
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