Power Platform Developers Weekly - Issue #31
🥇 Cover Story
Swiping is an integral part of the mobile experience, and the PCF Swipe control enables swipe detection on Power Apps Canvas apps. In this article, Andrew will step you through how you can build, deploy and test it.
Earlier this month, I wrote a couple of post about reporting/document generation. While working on it, I also tried one other option which you may find useful, too.
👍 Power Platform
In October, Luise hosted together with Elio Struyf a Q&A session about Power Platform licensing. And invited Ryan Cunningham and Chris Huntingford to explain licensing.
Joe explains how to use Environment Variables on canvas apps and Power Automate flows.
💎 Model Driven Apps & CDS
The latest addition to FetchXML is Late Materialize. Mark shows us how to use them and when to use them and how much improvements they can produce when switched on.
🏋️♂️ Canvas Apps
Linn plays around with date picker to show how developers are creating date-time picker in canvas apps.
Here's a quick tip to clear a field on the form and how to clear the entire form!
🐱🏍 Power Automate
In this post, we'll see how we can perform aggregate function on data such as Sum or Count using Power Automate. Unlike LINQ in C# or SQL, it's not very straight forward to do using Power Automate.
In this #PowerShot, Yash will show you how you can add a new option to a CDS option set. We will use the Common Data Service (Current Environment) connector and the Perform Unbound action to achieve this.
Most flow developers will know about functions like body and outputs in Power Automate. But how about the actions function?
🚀 Power Apps Component Framework (PCF)
Diana explorers three possible way to open a record from a dataset PCF grid.
🔨 Tools & Components
Welcome to the Notes Manager from XrmForYou – a utility to match all your needs you have dreamed so far for your Notes configuration in CDS.
This component is used to show what progress has been made in a process. The most common use-case is for Approvals.
🎮 All Tech
Nishant shows us how JSON Web Token work and provides us with an nice introduction blog post.
Introduction Git and GitHub have an important role not only to open source but in the daily lives of several developers and companies.
🐤 Tweets of the week
🤩 Thanks for reading
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