Power Platform Weekly - Issue #21
Jukka Niiranen takes us through his thoughts about Microsoft introducing "A low-code programming language for everyone” and explains why Power Fx has a place within the Power Platform.
Jesper Osgaard compares two different ways of communicating in Dynamics Marketing - Commercial and Transactional Messages. He shows us when you might consider using Transactional Messages instead of Commercial messages.
🦸🏻♀️ Jonas, FetchXml Builder and Kingswaysoft by Gustaf Westerlund
🦸🏻♀️ Call Microsoft Graph from an HTTP Action vs Custom Connector in Power Automate by Pieter Veenstra
🦸🏻♀️ Dynamics 365 – 2021 Release Wave 1 part 2 by Dian Taylor
🦸🏻♀️ Power Platform Power Automate or logic apps or both? by Carsten Groth
🦸🏻♀️ Calculate the Sum for a SharePoint column in Power Automate by Pieter Veenstra
🦸🏻♀️ Power Apps Component With An OnSelect Property by Matthey Devaney
🦸🏻♀️ Converting JSON to XML and XML to JSON in a Flow by Priyesh Wagh
👩💻 What is your IP? by Ramon Tebar
🧭 Microsoft Ignite highlights by Carina M. Claesson
🦸🏻♀️ Power Fx and Power Automate Desktop, my opinion by Guido Preite
🦸🏻♀️ What's the Deal With Power Fx? by Joe Griffin
🚀 1 Azure AD group makes 3-4 group teams in Dataverse by Stefan Strube
Tools & Code
Diana Birkelbash shows us the quirks when designing a composite PCF control. This is done through a practical example where she visualizes boolean flags in a colorful way.
Lisa and Megan review highlights from Microsoft Ignite, as well as ways to help a cherished member of our community.
On this week's Insert --> Home podcast, Kristen shares her journey into tech, dual careers, and the unique challenges women face in the industry.
Ashley, Liz, and Merlin talk about Sales Insights inside Dynamics 365, Power Automate, and skinny jeans.
Events & Webinars
GlobalCon5 will be running over several days which will bring you Power Apps, Power Automate, SharePoint, Office 365, and Microsoft Teams!
A global day to explore insights from some of the brightest minds in diversity and inclusion, social change, and academia.
Out of the blue
This week, Microsoft announced Power Automate Desktop will be free inside Windows 10! This includes the Windows 10 Home version, which wasn't supported for Power Automate Desktop before. Power Automate Desktop will be bundled inside Windows 10 in the insider builds first, but from the next major version it will be available for all Windows 10 users.
Microsoft introduced the newest member of the Microsoft Power Platform family at Ignite: Microsoft Power Fx, an open source formula language for low code that's based on Microsoft Excel.
There are new features coming to Approvals in Microsoft Teams, including markdown support and new attachments features.
Read this blog to find all the Power Platform announcements in one place.
🚀 New in the CoE Starter Kit: Review the impact of DLP policy changes by Denise Moran
🦸🏻♀️👩💻🚀 HEAT – Holistic Enterprise Automation Techniques for RPA and more by Pranav Rastogi
🦸🏻♀️👩💻 Power Automate Learning Resources by Jon Levesque
🦸🏻♀️ What is Microsoft Power Fx? by Greg Lindhorst
🦸🏻♀️ Optimize your chatbots with new AI features for Power Virtual Agents by Jeff Zhang
🚀 Solve IT governance and admin challenges with new features for Power Platform by Julie Strauss
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