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Power Apps component framework support is now extended to Power Apps portals for field type of code components. This feature is currently available as public preview starting with portal 9.3.3.x update and starter portal package version 9.2.2103.x
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
Common Data Service, the sophisticated and secure backbone that powers Dynamics 365 and Power Platform, has been renamed to Microsoft Dataverse. This low-code data platform is rapidly changing the way organizations around the world build apps and innovate business processes. A fresh name is just one part of a broader effort to introduce the power of what Dataverse can do to individuals and organizations around the world.
Today, we’re announcing the ability to add your Canvas apps and Flows to solutions (Preview) in the Common Data Service for Apps – even if they weren’t originally created from a solution! This means that you can now package all related apps, Flows, logic, schema, and other components and move them together across environments. As an added … Continue reading “ALM at scale: new features and automation capabilities”
Beginning today, we’re starting a pilot program to send regular emails to notify makers like yourself about the usage of their top performing app. This will give regular insights into how an app is performing without having to actively look at its analytics. In this first email, we’ll let you know how many people used … Continue reading “Get updates about your app right in your inbox”
Dual-write provides a tightly coupled near-real time and bi-directional integration between the Finance and Operations apps and Common Data Service. Once an entity is enabled for dual-write, any create, update, delete change in Finance and Operations apps results in writes, in near-real time, to Common Data Service and vice versa.
Common Data Service polymorphic lookups are now available from canvas apps. You can now: Access, set, and filter on the Owner field of any record. Access and set the Company Name field (a Customer data type) of the Contacts entity. Access and set the Regarding field of activity entities such as Faxes, Phone Calls, Email Messages, … Continue reading “Owner, Customer, and Regarding for canvas apps”
If you’ve started building responsive canvas apps by crafting size and position formulas on your controls, we’ve added some properties that may help you simplify your responsive formulas for some common situations. The addition of these properties won’t change the default behavior of your canvas apps; they’re optional things you can choose to use if you … Continue reading “Use new screen properties for responsive canvas apps”
Today we have reached a key milestone, and we are happy to announce the general availability of Solution Checker. Since December, when the PowerApps team rolled out the Solution Checker feature into Public preview, we have seen a great uptake in usage with 100’s of customers installing the checker, inspecting their code, and fixing key performance … Continue reading “Announcing general availability of Solution Checker”
We’ve seen tremendous growth in the usage of PowerApps and Flow over the course of the past year. Just as we’ve been rolling out new features in response to user input, we’re also listening to input about how to license and implement premium capabilities. In response to these needs, we’re pleased to announce two new plans that we will be introducing later this year: a PowerApps per app plan and a Flow per business process plan.
Fixing errors in a model driven Power App or Dynamics 365 is easier with direct navigation to an error from the notification bar.
We are happy to announce that we have shipped the June 2019 update for the EasyRepro automated testing framework on GitHub. The update is compatible with the Spring 2019 release and contains several API enhancements to support your automated testing efforts for Dynamics 365 and model-driven standalone PowerApps.
Watch all the PowerApps, Power BI and Microsoft Flow sessions from Microsoft Business Applications Summit on demandBlog
You may have seen all the tweets, news and announcements made at the Microsoft Business Summit this week and thought you missed out, but not to worry!! You can explore 200+ sessions from Microsoft Business Applications Summit, available now in the PowerApps Community.
We are excited to announce that as an application or service owner, you can now develop connectors that allow your app to work with PowerApps and Microsoft Flow. This enables your customers to easily automate their business processes and create their own no-code line of business apps.
Have you visited the Power Apps Community blog lately? Along with rapidly growing forums, fun and informative events, and ways to leave feedback, the Community blog is a platform for you to share ideas with your peers, industry experts, and us here at Microsoft. To get started, simply message me, @JessicaC, with a rough title for your post and a couple of sentences to describe your topic. Now let’s look at some of the great posts from May and June!
Latest PowerApps update adds the ability to Import/Export apps, a new PowerBI tile control, and the Coalesce functionBlog
The newest update for PowerApps (version 670) adds new functionality for app authors to easily move their apps across environments or tenants with packages, surface rich analytics within their apps via the new PowerBI tile control, and reduce duplication of certain expressions with the new Coalesce function.
In many scenarios, you would want to enable certain columns as multi-select. In this blog, let’s look at an example on how to achieve this using PowerApps. Example: Let’s build a simple application…
This blog is an attempt to share an approach for PowerApps makers to use Azure Cognitive Services using a custom connector in PowerApps apps. We shall use Azure API Apps to wrap around the Computer Vision API & Face API in this app. We also have a function to upload files to a Blob storage location.
Have you visited the Power Apps Community blog lately? Along with rapidly growing forums, fun and informative events, and ways to leave feedback, the Community blog is a platform for you to share ideas with your peers, industry experts, and us here at Microsoft. Now let’s look at some of the great posts from Janurary 2018!
Take actions within your Power BI reports and dashboards with the PowerApps custom visual for Power BI (preview).
Learn how to build separate form to create, show or edit the list item.
For the last few months we have been rolling out new features for Canvas apps when connected to the Common Data Service for Apps: One-to-Many relationships Option sets Many-to-Many relationships Aggregate delegation We have been doing this work under an Experimental switch, off by default for all apps: Thank you for playing with these features and … Continue reading “New CDS capabilities for Canvas apps enter Preview”
Take your model-driven form authoring experience to the next level with the new model-driven form designer. It provides a modern, clean and productive interface for makers when authoring model-driven forms. A live WYSIWYG form preview…
Makers can now extend the power of WYSIWYG, low-code customization, offered by canvas apps, to model-driven forms. Using embedded canvas apps makers can easily design and create rich visual…
Hands-on-labs and Challenges used in the Ignite Pre-Day workshop for Microsoft Power platform app in a day