Power Platform Developers Weekly - Issue #69
🥇 Cover Story
Scott highlights you no longer need a full Visual Studio, just .NET core
💎 Model Driven Apps & Dataverse
This post highlights the new Async OnSave Event in Dynamics 365 CE.
🏋️♂️ Canvas Apps
Mike does a great job in showing how we need to think about accessibility when building Power Apps for Windows 11 (and relevant for Win 10 too)
🐱🏍 Power Automate
Mohamed shows a great way to connect to the Graph API
Alex shows how to deploy flows with Word templates in Power Automate
👍 Everything else in Power Platform
Nishant runs us through this new feature to show the history of your Power Platform environment
🔨 Tools & Components
Ulrik runs us through using his XrmToolBox tool to expand on the capabilities of the Chart Editor in Unified Interface
Mark runs us through the improvements to his too to take advantage of the changes to Dataverse features
Carl highlights the new abilities of his XrmToolBox tool to document your Tables and their relationships and now includes Column documentation.
👩💻 Dev to the Core
Akash runs through how to use SpacersJS to quickly create padding and margins.
Burno was lucky enough to get access to the preview of GitHub Copilot. He reviews his experience
⛅ Around Azure
Marius Pothmann details how to use Azure Application Insights in Power Platform apps
🎮 Other Interesting Articles
Converting Timezone in Power Automate - Vaishali VyasRelationship Mappings Not Exporting Correctly in Solution - Joe Griffin
Natural language to Power Fx - First Look - Reza Dorrani
Power Virtual Agents in Microsoft Teams - Flow Joe
Markdown design for Power Virtual Agents - Daniel Christian
ShowCard vs ToggleVisibility in Adaptive Cards - Priyesh Wagh
Quick Tip: Unblock code source files in VS - Jopx
Megan V Walker talks with Daryl and Scott about everything from CSS to Imposter Syndrome
🐤 Tweets of the week
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