Power Platform Developers Weekly - Issue #148
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🥇 Cover Story
Check out this clever technique from Andrew on how to get rid of an error when a PCF control is added to the form in the “maker” portal.
💎 Model Driven Apps & Dataverse
Settings can be used to enable or disable features, as well as to configure feature behavior for a single app or all apps in an environment. Learn more in this blog
🏋️♂️ Canvas Apps
Power Apps can look amazing if you have a strong understanding of design principles & UI/UX skills. Try these 5 Power Apps design tips from Matt.
Lookups are always hard to work with in the canvas app. Nishant here shows how to deal with them when filtering a collection based on the lookup field’s value.
😎 Power Automate
Find out how you can create additional lookup field column using a Power Automate Flow.
As part of Pieter’s series of blog posts about Microsoft Graph, he looks at Calendars and Events.
👍 Everything else in Power Platform
Mark talks about how you can improve error tracing in Plugins. How do you find the true cause of the error?
Non Functional requirements often referred to as NFRs, define the operational criteria of the system. Learn some of the ins & outs of NFRs in this post.
🎮 Other Interesting Articles
Kartik Kanakasabesan on The Oops Factor - The CRM Ninja
Asynchronous Merge in Dynamics 365 - Priyesh Wagh
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