Power Platform Developers Weekly - Issue #80
🥇 Cover Story
Alex Shelga walks through sorting a string as an example on how you can add custom C# code to your custom connector
💎 Model Driven Apps & Dataverse
Introduction Often we use Dynamic 365 Time Control when we want to keep track of time based on a certain date. E.g. Whether a Lead has been qualified before the estimated close date etc. In this blog, we will see how we can programmatically get the status of the Time Control using form scripting.
🏋️♂️ Canvas Apps
Mike shows how every developer can embrace theming in Power Apps to meet accesibility standards
Hardit does a deep dive into creating a Pinterest type gallery
🐱🏍 Power Automate
Here's how co-presence will work in a Cloud Flow in Power Automate. Very helpful feature!
Venkata continues his fundamentals journey with the Div function
🚀 PCF & Custom Pages
Diana walks us through using the new in-app notifications from a Custom Page.
👍 Everything else in Power Platform
Temmy admits he has never used OrgServiceContext in his 6 years of D365. He now shows us how to get at data via LINQ and so much more
🔨 Tools & Components
Matty Beard has created a wonderful tool to help with the new Dataverse column format changer within XrmToolBox
👩💻 Dev to the Core
Eric highlights there is not any real way to enforce extensions on your team but shows us some methods that could meet the grade for you.
⛅ Around Azure
🎮 Other Interesting Articles
Show Message if Gallery is empty - Matthew Devaney
Auto Create SharePoint Folders structures using Flow (part 3) - Linn Zaw Win
How to deep-link into Teams from Power Apps - Hardit Bhatia
Responsive Layouts for Canvas Apps - Debajit Dutta
Back to Basics - Connect D365 with Postman - Venkata Subbarao Polisetty
Create Teams Meeting invites from Power Automate - Priyesh Wagh
In the 58th episode Megan & Lisa cover Microsoft Ignite and Passwordless Accounts, Power Platform News, Microsoft Teams, Community Content, and watching Cruella and The Morning Show
🐤 Tweets of the week
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