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Priceline optimizes retail store operations with Microsoft Power Platform

In this blog post we learn about James Matson’s Microsoft Power Platform journey and his perspective as a full stack professional developer embracing low-code development. James Matson is an IT Retail Innovation Lead at Australian Pharmaceutical Industries (API), who are best known for their network of 470+ Priceline and Priceline Pharmacy stores across Australia.

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Public Preview: New File Data Type Available Via API

An exciting new enhancement is available as a preview for Power Apps, the addition of a File data type. Out of the box, Common Data Service can now naively support: Files can now be added as a data type to any entity Multiple File fields can exist on one entity Use of blob storage for large file types to reduce consumption of relational storage

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Public Preview: New Image Enhancements Available Via API

Two exciting new enhancements are available as a preview for Powerapps, the addition of a File data type and enhancements to Image! Out of the box, CDS can now natively support: Large, high resolution images Files as a data type Multiple image and file fields per entity Use of blob storage for large file types to reduce consumption of relational storage

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Microsoft Ignite 2019 Session Recap: Microsoft Power Apps

Last week at Microsoft Ignite in Orlando, we announced many new features, and even a new name: Microsoft Power Apps. Each session had its recording posted shortly afterwards for those who missed it or for those tuning in at home. The entire catalog of videos is now available for viewing on demand. Here is a reference list of the sessions most relevant to Microsoft Power Apps. Included are also a few select sessions related to Microsoft Power Automate and many that are general to Microsoft Power Platform overall.

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