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Measure an app's performance and get insights.
Learn about the details, properties and examples of the data table control in Power Apps.
Learn about working with event data in your Azure Event Hub solution.
Learn how to rename labels in the Issue reporting sample app for Teams so that the app can be used for other purposes, such as tracking work orders.
Includes description and supported parameters for the getTabNavigationVisible method.
Reference information including syntax and examples for the Back and Navigate functions in Power Apps.
Learn how to manage a portal in Power Apps.
Reference information including syntax and examples for the Shuffle function in Power Apps.
Includes description and supported parameters for the getText method.
Learn how to create a table using solution explorer
Learn about the details, properties and examples of the Rich text editor control in Power Apps.
Duplicate plug-in step registration will cause the plug-in to fire multiple times on the same message/event.
This sample showcases how to audit table data changes
Learn about choices columns that allow storing multiple choices in a single column.
Provides access to get geographical information from context.device.getCurrentPosition method.
Edit or create personal views using advanced grid filters in model-driven Power Apps.
Includes description and supported parameters for the setFocus method.
Explains how to create a Dataverse for Teams table.
Data defining commands in Microsoft Dataverse can be presented in several different ways depending on the client and differences in how some tables are treated. You need to take these factors into consideration as you change ribbon commands or define new ones.
Learn about creating and updating choices in Microsoft Dataverse.
Includes description and supported parameters for the getSteps method.
Saves the record asynchronously with the option to close the form or open a new form after the save is completed.
Learn about how to build responsive canvas apps.
Learn how to configure Microsoft as the identity provider for Power Apps portals.
Describes how to use the .NET Language-Integrated Query (LINQ) query provider to construct a Microsoft Dataverse query.