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Headshot of article author Itay Himelfarb

AI models are improving rapidly, and customers need effective tools to integrate AI into their business solutions that provide precise, reliable and consistent information, and are easy to deploy. Today we are happy to announce our latest improvements to help makers integrate AI into their low-code apps and solutions. Now available as Public Preview in Microsoft Copilot Studio, data grounding with Dataverse tables allows makers to create powerful AI prompts that are grounded with their enterprise data while enforcing real time enterprise security. Additionally, we are excited to announce that low-code plugins now support five new AI Power Fx functions, and share  how Capgemini New Zealand, a global leader in consulting, technology services and digital transformation, is leveraging these new capabilities to create value for their clients and solve business problems faster than ever before.

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Headshot of article author Greg Lindhorst

We are making a small syntax change to how column names are specified in AddColumns, DropColumns, ShowColumns, RenameColumns, Search, GroupBy, Ungroup, and DataSourceInfo functions.  Today they need to be wrapped in double quotes as a text string, but tomorrow they will not.  We will automatically update the syntax in existing apps to reflect the new syntax.  The change makes these functions consistent with other uses of column names, easier to use by no longer requiring logical names, and consistent with other Power Fx 1.0 hosts such as Copilot Studio, Power Automate Desktop, and Cards that have been using this new syntax for the last year.

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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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