Microsoft introduced a new way to pay for Power Apps and related Power Platform services which are designed to provide you with more flexible options to meet a variety of scenarios.
As an experimental feature, two makers can now work on the same app at the same time. This is a first step, seeking your feedback, as we continue to build co-authoring features across Power Apps.
With Power Apps mobile apps (preview), Power Apps is truly becoming a Mobile Application Development Platform, stuffed with MAD skills. Low-code mobile app creation, seamless end-to-end branding, multiple app embedding, distribute your app natively, and use enterprise governance with Intune.
The creation of custom connectors is simplified when using the Azure API Management service.
The preview release of Microsoft Power Fx is now available as open-source on GitHub. You can now freely integrate this Excel-like, low code programming language in all of your own projects.
Adding a low-code button for the contact form in the Power Apps Model-driven app to search for a matching LinkedIn profile.
Have you noticed that there is a new feature that’s been added to the security model in Dataverse, and it’s called “Matrix Business Units”?
Matt will show you how to customize the command bar in a Power Apps model-driven app by making a button to copy one-or-more records in a table
This blog will discuss a workaround to solve the "PA3005" error that occurs when attempting to unpack a Canvas App.
Automatically fading notifications in canvas apps, Toast Notifications in canvas apps.
We would get this error within Power Automate Approval Flow if we are using the Security Group to control access. Nishant shows us how we can fix this issue.
Venkata shows us the basics of using the XML function in Power Automate.
In this blog post, Temmy shares his experience in implementing CI/CD on the Dataverse Environment.
Learn how to create and publish your first Independent Publisher connector!
After Portals Superhero and MVP Victor Dantas shared the news regarding Web API and Portals Guido started making changes to his new Dataverse REST Builder and he released a new version of the tool.
This is another new improvement Guido made to this Dataverse REST Builder tool which now allows you to export a Postman collection.
Alex compares the two options of connecting to Power Bi.
Increased request limits and allocations: 25K –> 40K, and 100K -> 500K - Alex Shlega
Column dependency for Event Handlers for Model-Driven Apps – Modern vs Classic form designer - Priyesh Wagh
Help! I Need a Code Component! - Sara Lagerquist
Configuring the maintenance window - Alex Shlega
Tip #1420: JSON Function and size limits in Power Apps - Tip of the Day
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