Power Platform Developers Weekly - Issue #99
🥇 Cover Story
Temmy used an Azure cognitive service to translate the message into English sent to the cloud flow (as an API) and push it to the model-driven app. Imagine a scenario where we can also run through sentiment analysis service and provide a meaningful notification to the user. Opens so many possibilities. This is called Out-Of-The-Box thinking.
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💎 Model Driven Apps & Dataverse
Here's how you can toggle visibility based on the field having data or is blank!
🏋️♂️ Canvas Apps
When a Power Apps form is very long a tabbed form design can offer a better user experience by making it more organized and easier to use.
Learn how Hardit made updates to his Power Teleprompter to now allow for a mirror mode and a few other improvements!
😎 Power Automate
Shalinee explains us the difference between connection and connection reference in Power Automate.
When you want to compare two arrays, lists or tables in Power Automate and you might end up with a very slow flow. In this post the speedy solution.
🚀 PCF & Custom Pages
Andrew as usual brings us another great tip. In this post, he explains how you can add a code component to a sitemap in a supported way.
🔨 Tools & Components
Carl shows us the best features out of so many of Fetch XML Builder.
👩💻 Dev to the Core
Marcus provides a very good insight into how you can easily create a B2C signing functionality in a single-page React app.
🎮 Other Interesting Articles
Fixing Button issue in D365 CE Environment - Mahender Pal
Flow execution “within context” of the app - Alex Shlega
SharePoint URL Shortcut on Form - Linn Zaw Win
Power Automate pane in Canvas App - Inogic
Daryl and Scott interview Guido Preite, the repeat guest of the XrmTool Cast, and chat about the new PCF Gallery search and his latest tool, Dataverse Rest Builder.
🐤 Tweets of the week
💖 GitHub Sponsors
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🥈 Silver - David Wade
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