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Microsoft Power Platform: Learning Resources

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As members of the Power CAT team driving customer success and adoption, we often get asked for a summary of resources to share with customers on their Power Platform journey. This blog post includes a set of links we’ve curated to help novice, intermediate and advanced users as they take this journey with us.

Formula Bar Changes

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The standard Canvas formula bar is better than ever, including more natural Enter and Tab key behavior and a scrollbar. The previously experimental formula bar is being retired.

Microsoft Dataverse Custom API General Availability

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Dataverse Custom API has reached general availability status. Dataverse Custom API is a new code-first approach that provides developers a better way to create APIs in Dataverse to perform operations on the server.

Power Apps Code Review Tool

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I am happy to share the Power Apps Code Review tool which uses the Power Apps Language Library to process an canvas app in order to extract many useful information used in an app review

Building a JIT app for elevated permissions on Microsoft Power Platform

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This post describes a lightweight JIT app built on Power Platform

Important Bug Fix Information: ActivityPointer Tables Cannot Add Custom Columns

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A bug fix to prevent users from adding columns to ActivityPointer is being deployed. If users added any custom columns to ActivityPointer they may need to take action.

Writing Power Fx formulas with natural language

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With the announcement earlier in this year’s Build conference, you may already heard about Power Apps Ideas, an AI-powered assistance to help anyone create apps using natural language. Now we’re excited to tell you that this feature is now officially in public preview.

Canvas app layout containers are now generally available

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We are excited to announce the general availability of the container, horizontal container and vertical container layout controls in canvas apps! These controls help you automatically reflow and resize controls within them to enable easy, no expression layouts in canvas apps.

Meet Power Platform Champions

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We see a champion as someone who has embraced low-code to create change and impact for their organization using Microsoft Power Platform. Below are representative examples of champions from diverse backgrounds, locations, skillsets, and stories. We hope these serve as inspiration in your own journey adopting low-code and Power Platform along with Microsoft 365, Dynamics 365 and Azure. Bookmark this page, aka.ms/PowerChamps, to stay updated on new champion stories. For a set of 80+ curated stories, you can visit our Microsoft Power Platform stories blog post.

Microsoft Power Platform support for GitHub Codespaces and Windows services for Linux

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Public preview announcement for Power Platform CLI support for GitHub CodeSpaces and Windows Services for Linux

Generating Power Fx formulas from examples

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We’re thrilled to announce a new feature under Power Apps Ideas, example to formula or also known as programming by example, is now available in public preview!

Does how you submit date and time data matter?

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Does how you submit date and time data matter? The answer is “Yes” if you are using Canvas apps, User Local data and direct oData API calls.

App side panes available for public preview with model-driven apps

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With the app side panes public preview, developers can more than one pane on the right/far side of the model-driven app.

Empowering Low-Code App Development at Team Rubicon with Microsoft Power Apps

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Today, I’m excited to share with you one such example from Team Rubicon which helps communities with disaster recovery.  Team Rubicon sits at the intersection of military veterans, technology, and medical professionals and first responders, leveraging the unique attributes of each, to help people prepare, recover, and respond during crises.  Team Rubicon is using Power Apps and the Microsoft ecosystem to create elegant solutions which address some of their fundamental business challenges.

Power BI embedded as system dashboard in model-driven apps (preview)

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Announcing the public preview of Power BI embedded as a system dashboard in the Power Apps model-driven app.

Introducing the Relevance Search API

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Introducing the Relevance Search API for Common Data Service (CDS) environments. This provides access to exciting new search capabilities in environments with Relevance Search enabled.

Troubleshoot Forms in a Model Driven App

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You can now troubleshoot forms in model driven apps using the new monitoring tool.

Power Apps Top 10: innovation areas that are reshaping app development

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As we open Microsoft’s annual Ignite conference, it’s a good time to reflect on the factors that have propelled the staggering momentum behind Power Apps, and share some details of what the future looks like as the service matures. Whether you’re a seasoned #PowerAddict or just starting out with the platform, here’s the definitive “top 10” list of major innovation areas and trends to watch as Power Apps scales across organizations globally.

General Availability of the Azure AD SQL Server connector

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GA of SQL Server Azure AD authentication

Visualize data in model-driven apps with Power BI (preview)

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Visualizing data in a view to get to interactive insights is a lot faster and easier, with Power BI quick reports available on model-driven apps’ view pages.

Round up of the Ignite announcements for Power Apps!

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This was a huge week for Power Apps at Ignite and we want to thank everyone for joining us and continuing to engage in the community. This post includes a round up of the announcements for Power Apps at Ignite.

New ways to add intelligence to your Power Apps

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Check out the new enhancements to AI Builder we announced at Microsoft Ignite to help bring AI into your Power Platform solutions.

Deeply integrate your apps in Microsoft Teams with context variables

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With Teams context variables, you now have access to information like which channel, team, or group your app has been embedded in. With that information, you can now build apps that automatically filter down to relevant content, pre-populate fields, or respond to the users Microsoft Teams theme. Additionally, you can use this information to support deep linking to pages within your app.