Power Platform Developers Weekly - Issue #105
🥇 Cover Story
Power Automate Desktop uses robotic process automation to perform data entry from an Excel to a website saving you from doing hours of boring work.
❓ Quiz of the week
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💎 Model Driven Apps & Dataverse
In this post, you will learn everything about record sharing in Dataverse.
Nishant shows us the way to capture the file bytes and upload them to Dataverse using two important methods.
🏋️♂️ Canvas Apps
In this post, Debajit explains to us how to create a variable of a data source type in canvas apps.
In this post, you will learn the ways to get the current users timezone in canvas apps.
😎 Power Automate
Here's a piece of info you can use to get number of the day in a month, year and week. And also, the name of the day.
Business Scenario: When an Opportunity is converted to "Work Order", it should be closed. Check this post for the solution.
🚀 PCF & Custom Pages
Recently, the Inogic team came across a new method in PCF - retrieveRecordCommand. Check out this post for understanding what this method does.
In this article you will learn about how to cleverly generate sourcemaps for your PCFs and WHY.
👍 Everything else in Power Platform
🚀 Power Platform 2022 Release Wave 1 at a glance.
In this post, you will learn how to filter the sequences in sales accelerator using tags.
🎮 Other Interesting Articles
Effortless out of the box Feature Toggle - Rami Mounla
Lending books with Power Apps via custom pages - Timo Pertilä
Tip #1431: Power Automate loops without variables - George Doubinski
How to Read the current Model-driven App details using client API references - Inogic
Daryl and Scott interview Clément Olivier, fellow BizApps MVP, and chat about the new XrmToolBox Tool - PCF to BPF.
🐤 Tweets of the week
💖 GitHub Sponsors
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🥇 Gold - Sudhakar Deenadayalan
🥈 Silver - David Wade
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