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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.

Power Platform Developer Tools: November Refresh

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Details of the November Refresh coming out for Power Platform CLI

Easily activate features for model-driven apps with the new Settings solution component (Public preview)

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We are excited to announce public preview of a new solution component named Settings. Using settings, application authors can, with just a few clicks, activate or configure features for a model-driven app. This allows them to easily and quickly provide a customized experience for end-users. These settings can be created by application authors, administrators, or partners.

Power Fx: Open source now available

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The preview release of Microsoft Power Fx is now available as open source on GitHub  You can now freely integrate this Excel-like, low code programming language in all of your own projects.

New Data Loss Prevention capabilities in public preview

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Power Platform Data Loss Prevention (DLP) policies now support following new features in Public Preview –  Powerful Controls : Ability to block connectors in addition to existing ability to classify connectors as ‘Business’ or ‘Non-business’  Intuitive UX : Ability to configure DLP Policies using Power Platform Admin Center (PPAC) UX Strong Fundamentals : Ability to classify HTTP connectors using PPAC UX 

Turbocharge your model-driven apps by transitioning away from synchronous requests

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Turbocharge your model-driven apps by transitioning from synchronous requests

AI Builder now supports numerical prediction (Preview)

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AI Builder prediction models now support a preview capability to predict a number. Now you can use AI builder intelligence to predict things like product ratings, price estimates, time to completion, and so on.

Building an Approval experience in Canvas Apps

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This post describes how to manage Approvals in a Power Apps canvas app by leveraging a Custom connector that extends the capabilities of the Approvals connector.

September 16th Power Apps community call: Canvas App Design, components, themes and connecting Power Virtual Agents to MS Graph

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For the September Power Apps community call hosted by Todd Baginski has guest speakers Geetha Sivasailam walking through a collection of Power Apps tips and tricks for incredible designs. Emmanuel Gallis will then share his component and theming tools for making Power Apps application creation even faster and our final guest presenter Tomasz Poszytek will share how to connect your Power Virtual Agents Chatbots to Microsoft Graph using Power Automate flows.

Power Apps checker now analyzes modern web syntax (up to ES9)

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To ensure Power Apps checker continues to broaden analysis coverage as languages evolve, we recently migrated our web language rules to an ESLint plugin and now offer support for ECMAScript 2018 (ES9) syntax plus ES6 globals.

Process receipts with AI Builder

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Do more with your receipts using AI. We are excited to announce Receipt processing, a new model now available in AI Builder.

Use Monitor to debug your published app

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Use Monitor to understand, debug and improve performance in your published 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 Apps 2020 Wave I updates are out now!

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Power Apps April updates are now available, adding new capabilities for our makers, a new converged mobile player and usability improvements for the unified interface.

Sharing made easy for model-driven apps

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Sharing model-driven apps just got a whole lot easier! We’ve streamlined this into a single sharing panel so you can share your amazing apps with ease.

The future of Outlook integration for Dynamics 365 and Power Apps customers

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This is a blog to share the future direction of Power Apps with Outlook

Deprecation of the regional Discovery Service and its replacement with the global Discovery Service

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Microsoft is announcing the deprecation and shut down of all regional endpoints for the Discovery Service and the Discovery APIs in the Organization Service (SOAP endpoint). They are replaced by a single global discovery service accessed through the existing ‘discovery’ OData V4 RESTful endpoint. Please ensure your administrators and IT professionals have the information they need to prepare for these changes.

Introducing Test Studio to build end-to-end tests and maintain your app quality

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Use Test Studio to build end-to-end tests, and maintain your app quality by continually validating your app works as expected when new changes are deployed.

AI Builder December update

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AI Builder is constantly adding new functionality. This month’s update includes a new Text Recognizer control in preview within Power Apps, the ability to extend a trial, two additional supported regions, as well as an updated Build page.

Always show important information on the form header in the Unified Interface

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Using form header in model-driven PowerApps and Dynamics 365.

Exporting CDS data to Azure Data Lake is Generally Available

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Preview announcement for Export to data lake service. The Export to data lake service enables continuous replication of Common Data Service entity data to Azure data lake which can then be used to run analytics such as Power BI reporting, ML, data warehousing or other downstream integration purposes. It simplifies the technical and administrative complexity of operationalizing entities for analytics and managing schema and data. Within a matter of minutes, customers will be able to link their Common Data Service environment to a data lake in their Azure subscription, select standard or customer entities and export it to data lake. Any data or metadata changes (initial and incremental) in the Common Data Service is automatically pushed to the Azure data lake without any additional actions.

Canvas Rules feature deprecation

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Rules in canvas apps is a feature that let you record actions to be performed under a condition which you can write an expression for. The current implementation of the Rules feature will be phased out.

Notification control using PowerApps component framework and Azure SignalR

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In this example, we show how to leverage Azure Services, in this specific case Azure SignalR to enable real-time communication between PowerApps and Microsoft Dynamics 365 or any other system onPrem or Cloud based.

3 low-code trends: why low-code will be big in your 2021 tech strategy

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Whether you’re a software developer or someone who uses technology for their job, the way we work has fundamentally changed this year. Much of the workforce was spread out and working remotely. Serving customers became a challenge. Organizations needed to transform basic pen and paper processes, like paper timesheets submitted in the office and processed manually, and digitize them quickly with minimal business disruption.

January Power Apps Community Call: Portals, Monitoring and Azure Integration!

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Bring in the new year with an amazing set of Power Apps community all stars: Brian Knighting showing how to get started with Power Apps Portals and creating anonymous access solutions with the Power Platform. Demo Extravaganza all-star Deepak Shrivastava demystifying how to use Azure API management with the Power Platform and monitoring and simplifying Power Apps debugging by Microsoft’s own Hazim SharafelDin