Power Platform Weekly - Issue #11
Please note - Custom APIs is still in preview and we can expect improvements from Microsoft.
🦸🏻♀️ Power Automate – how do we check if a property exists in the object? by Alex Shlega
🦸🏻♀️ Setup a free trial of Dynamics 365 Marketing by Nishant Rana
🦸🏻♀️ Canvas App on the Dashboard – how do we handle application url? by Alex Shlega
🦸🏻♀️ D365 Field Service inspections updates - Dec 2020 by Dian Taylor
🦸🏻♀️ Create A Dropdown With An Other Option In Power Apps by Matthey Devaney
🦸🏻♀️ The Bespoke Badger by EY Kalman
🦸🏻♀️ FetchXML in PowerApps portal by Vaishali Vyas
🦸🏻♀️ Send Power BI Report and Dashboard Details by Email by Inogic
Tools & Code
Imagine being able to click a button and get an Excel spreadsheet of a role you have just published, allowing you to stop taking screenshots or spending half a day filling out a spreadsheet. Santosh Bhagat created a tool back in 2018, Carl Cookson continued with his brilliant idea and has expanded it’s capabilities.
One of the most common question asked in the Power Apps Pro Dev Community Forum is about the PCF version. In some cases, the PCF doesn't seem to get updated, which creates a lot of frustration. In this article Diana Birkelbash explains PCF versioning.
👩💻 XrmToolBox Integration Tester by Jonas Rapp
👩💻 Power Platform ALM With GitHub - Template by Raphael Pothin
Welcome to the introductory episode of The Things We Don't Talk About. In this brief(ish) episode we meet our hosts, Mike Hartley & Alison Mulligan, as they chat about the mental health side of our industry.
Well, it's not 100% free, you do have to have a Microsoft Teams license, but who doesn't have a Teams License nowadays? Before you get too excited and start dreaming about moving your current Power Apps to Teams so they are free to use and access, there are some caveats to discuss.
Events & Webinars
Out of the blue
As a wrap up of the year, Microsoft shared a set of stories curated by the Power CAT team. These stories showcase the ingenuity of a wide breadth of organizations and users that have adopted low-code and the Power Platform along with Microsoft 365, Azure and Dynamics 365.
Do you want to use Power Automate to automate your business processes but don’t know where to start? Microsoft has launched a new set of documents to help people learn how to automate their business processes with Power Automate.
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