In-app notification announcement was very promising. Of course, I had to try it out right away. It's a preview feature, but the docs are already very detailed. We find there how to activate this feature per app and discover a lot of interesting examples on how to send notifications using form scripting. Basically, all we... Continue Reading →
In the last blog I've written about how to make Custom Pages. When you develop more complex Custom Pages you probably have to make changes to the page and play the app to check if it's working accordingly. But then I've got only notifications telling me to refresh to app, but wasn't able to tame... Continue Reading →
This week the Custom Pages were released to public preview: here the official blog. This is a huge step towards having only one app type; not having to decide which App type to choose. But it also means, that we finally get the low-code possibilities right inside the model-driven apps. Aaaand.. we don't have to... Continue Reading →
The Microsoft Power Platform 2021 release wave 2 is out. There are so many features which I really love: from user experience improvements, low code and pro dev features. My highlights are about the new possibilities to build apps and the features towards the transition to converged app. And of course the PCFs features, the... Continue Reading →
How to increaze the timeout for pac pac push/pac solution, how to switch the display language, where to find the logs, for both pac cli and VSCode extension.
When I've heard about the Preview for Power Platform Extension for Visual Studio Code (announcement) , it seemed to me that it was all about using Power Apps CLI (pac) inside Visual Studio Code. But the "pac cli" could be used inside the VSCode Terminal without the extension too. I did that ever since I'm... Continue Reading →
Lookup PCF ...the second.. this time for real! I had a look how a Lookup PCF works, what I can do with it and what not, how to detect the settings made by the maker, and more.... Even if the most of it is not supported for now, it helps me understand the Lookup role in the PCF-puzzle.
Last year I've attended the "Power Platform Developer Community & PCF Saturday" (here the recordings from last year) and it was the most intense experience as an attendee I've ever had. Maybe because it was the first time the content was like especially made for me, both as a developer and as a PCF enthusiast.... Continue Reading →
According to the docs, we can start using the PCF Lookup.Simple. But there is a small bundling issue. After fixing that, the customizing possibilities lets me dream about amazing features. Dream with me!
Can you believe the featured image is a form? A model-driven form with a PCF on it, and nothing else? Lately I've saw in the docs an excelent article on best practices for model-driven forms: "Design forms for efficiency". Right to the end, there is a part about letting a control expand to the whole... Continue Reading →