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We are glad to announce the release of our final 2022 deliverable, the November update for Power Platform CLI, Azure DevOps, and GitHub actions. Once again, this month’s update has some great new features available, and I am happy to share them with you. Support for Managed Identities in Azure DevOps This has by far…

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We have had a lot of requests to clarify best practices for using Power Platform Build Tools (PP.BT) for Azure DevOps and are delighted to share more about this in our post below. Username and password versus Service Principal When using Azure DevOps, the Power Platform Build Tools provides you options to either create service…

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We are delighted to share our October update for the Power Platform Developer tools. With this update, we are releasing some capabilities that have been in high demand by the developer community. So let us get into it. Power platform Command line updates Model builder We are bringing the ability to generate C# classes for…

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We are happy to announce our new update for the month of October i.e., “September Refresh”. Those of you who have been following us already know of this trend, because the work our team does in the prior month gets released in the following month. Hence in October, we release the September Refresh. With that…

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We are happy to announce a new version of the Power Platform Build Tools (Azure DevOps tasks) and our monthly update to Power Platform CLI. Read on for significant new features coming this month, including: Power Platform Build Tools: Now based on Power Platform CLI New CLI command to assign user New CLI command to…

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