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Power Fx: Error handling graduates to preview

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Reliable error handling moves to preview for Power Fx and Power Apps. You now have all the tools you need to detect, replace, report, and log errors, including a good default behavior if you never take advantage of these tools. And, bonus, you can also now write blank (or null) values to databases.

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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.

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App.StartScreen: a new declarative alternative to Navigate in App.OnStart

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There is a new declarative way to control the first screen shown in a Canvas app: App.StartScreen. It is our first step in providing declarative alternatives for all the things that are done in App.OnStart today. App.OnStart is the source of many app load performance issues as it’s imperative nature prevents many optimizations. Not only that, declarative alternatives are easier to use and less error prone.

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Power Fx coming to Model-driven Power Apps, Dataverse, and more

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Announcing Power Fx integration with Model-driven Power Apps commanding and Dataverse calculated columns and rollups. We have also partnered with Acumatica to evaluate how Power Fx can be leveraged with the low code/no code experience they offer to their customers. And finally we have an update on our planned open source architecture.

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