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Achieve your app development goals with Power Platform and Azure

This year at Microsoft Ignite, I’m continuing the conversation about how Microsoft Power Platform and Microsoft Azure work together to enable professional developers to build and deliver applications faster and more cost effectively. Today we’re announcing a set of new capabilities across Power Platform.

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Connector Certification now in ISV Studio

Do you own a service or API that you are looking to connect to Power Apps, Power Automate, or Azure Logic Apps? Have you built a custom connector for it? If so, get it certified by Microsoft in ISV Studio today, making it visible to the public to help drive usage of your service and APIs.

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Using Business Process Flows in a Canvas App

In this blog post, we will see how one can use various out-of-box Power Platform capabilities to build a flexible control to render a business process flow within a Canvas app. We’ve also included a pre-built solution as a sample implementation. The solution leverages Canvas Components, Common Data Service APIs via a custom connector and flows to build a re-usable component that can be used with any business process flow.

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Web API innererror property will be removed

We are changing the structure of error messages that are returned using the Common Data Service Web API, our OData v4 RESTful web service. We are removing the innererror property that appears in the JSON response from the server when an error occurs.

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AI Builder – New prediction model performance page

We’ve updated the prediction model performance page in AI Builder. Now, there’s a performance grade to help give you a better idea of how the model is performing. We’ve also added a new performance tab on the training details pane to provide more detailed information to help you evaluate performance.  These improvements help you decide when a model is ready to publish.

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Deeply integrate your apps in Microsoft Teams with context variables

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.

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