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Last week Microsoft Docs uploaded a new article on simplified authentication and authorization of Power Portals; to read more click here.
Want to know all the connectors available? Head on to Connector Reference overview page.
Plugin Registration tool in XrmToolbox got an update where you can filter all Microsoft assemblies, less clutter. On the same note, Darly LaBar‘s EarlyBoundGenerator got an update too. So, make sure you update those tools.
On May 2, TDG is hosting a free virtual Hackathon. To register as a team, you will need 4 to 6 people. But you can register as a solo participant as well and the community will assign you to a team based on your time zone. Check out their event registration page.
– Danish N.
Visual Studio & DevOps
CodeTour is a Visual Studio Code extension, which allows you to record and playback guided walkthroughs of your codebases.
In this article, you’ll learn how to set up and run your canvas app tests built in Test Studio using the Azure Pipelines classic editor in Azure DevOps Services.
Recently I came across a Twitter thread and Carsten Groth posted a nice photo of Power Platform capabilities – it was worth sharing so check it out below.
Common Data Service
In this blog, Dian Taylor describes a method to implement custom auto-numbering using OOB auto-numbering field.
In this blog, I will demonstrate the code you can use to prepopulate the Regarding and Activity Party fields in the UCI interface.
PowerApps & Power Automate
A few months ago, I had shared a revamped text input control inspired by Google’s Material Design.
In this post, we had discussed how to upload document to SharePoint using Power Automate.
Hands on workshop walking attendees through integrating PowerApps and Power BI to create a scoreboard application.
Tools & Components
PowerApps Component Framework on PowerApps with Greg Hurlman — www.nz365guy.com
An interesting conversation with Greg Hurlman about the guidelines, best practices and technical considerations of using PCF on PowerApps.
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