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Headshot of article author Tristan Dehove

We are pleased to announce the Public 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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Headshot of article author Chris Baldwin

A new Power Fx editing experience Today we are announcing a new Power Fx formula editing experience in Power Apps Studio.  The new formula editor is available an experimental feature that we encourage you to turn on in your apps and try out!  The new editor is based on the powerful Monaco shared code editor…

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Headshot of article author Anthony Uitz

Cards for Power Apps is a recent addition to the low code lineup, announced as public preview in September, that empowers business users and developers alike to create interactive, embeddable, data-driven, lightweight mini-apps that bring context and actions directly into Teams conversations. Today we are excited to announce that cards for Power Apps can be…

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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 an Experimental release. 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 Dataverse…

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Headshot of article author Chris Baldwin

We’re excited to announce the initial preview of Test Engine, an evolution of our Power Apps testing tools. Test Engine builds upon the key use cases of Test Studio, but takes it in a new, powerful direction through open source collaboration and use of the Playwright browser testing platform. The goals of Test Engine are to provide customers with a robust testing platform for all types of Power Apps, and to make it super easy to integrate automated testing into your app development processes.

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Headshot of article author Greg Lindhorst

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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