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Headshot of article author Kartik Kanakasabesan (HE/HIM)

We have had a lot of requests to clarify best practices for using Power Platform Build Tools (PP.BT) for Azure DevOps and are delighted to share more about this in our post below. Username and password versus Service Principal When using Azure DevOps, the Power Platform Build Tools provides you options to either create service…

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Headshot of article author Sameer Bhangar

Software developers around the world are embracing low-code as a powerful part of their toolkit — they look at Power Platform as the next layer of abstraction that reduces repeated work, adds to their skill set, and lets them focus their coding energy on the problems that matter most. The increased level of productivity is also changing the way these developers work with their users — as fusion teams creating a much more active and rewarding environment for building impactful solutions faster than ever before. Let’s meet a few of these developers and look at examples of solutions built using Power Platform along with Azure services.

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Headshot of article author Lane Swenka

Power Platform API acts as a gateway or a single API surface that harmonizes the internal APIs from feature areas of the platform.  This results in a single endpoint (ex. api.powerplatform.com) for customers to use along with a unified set of Permissions and claims that can be requested from Azure Active Directory.

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