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Headshot of article author Greg Lindhorst

We are pleased to announce the general availability of open-source Power Fx 1.0. “1.0” means that the language definition is now stable and breaking changes will be managed and communicated. It is now ready for you to integrate in your production work loads. It will be coming to Power Apps later this year.

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Headshot of article author Lance Delano

We are excited to announce direct access to Dataverse actions in Power Fx formulas as Preview feature (default on.) As a part of the Power Fx language, authors can now directly invoke a Dataverse action within a formula. A new Power Fx ‘Environment’ language object that authors can add to their app enables access to […]

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Headshot of article author Lance Delano

We are excited to announce that several key delegation improvements will roll out this month that should improve your app’s performance and correctness and significantly reduce formula authoring confusion. Today, when you author a Power Fx query expression to get data, for instance a Filter, Power Apps will show a double blue underline to indicate […]

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Headshot of article author Tristan Dehove

We are pleased to announce the Experimental Preview of the canvas offline feature for mobile application on iOS, Android and Windows devices. With this experimental feature, you can easily enable your Dataverse-centric canvas Power Apps for offline scenarios with simple switches and a simple canvas control. There is no need to use Power Fx SaveData/LoadData…

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Headshot of article author Tristan Dehove

We are pleased to announce the Experimental Preview of the canvas offline feature for mobile application on iOS, Android and Windows devices. With this experimental feature, you can easily enable your Dataverse-centric canvas Power Apps for offline scenarios with simple switches and a simple canvas control. There is no need to use Power Fx SaveData/LoadData […]

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Headshot of article author Lance Delano

We are excited to announce enhanced security for implicitly shared connections in Power Apps. Many customers have asked for this feature, and it is now available in all commercial regions as Experimental Preview. Power Apps’ implicitly shared connections are ones that use a fixed credential such as a SQL Server connection string rather than the […]

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