PCF Solution Packaging: Unmanaged for Production (Release)

Usually I use React for my PCF components, and am I aware that there is a big difference between the debug and the production bundling, which can have a big performance impact. So I tried to be a good developer and deliver the right solution for production. But this time I needed an unmanaged solution,... Continue Reading →

PCF: Caching

When writing PCF components, the Framework already provides the metadata for the component and the properties defined in the manifest. For instance for an OptionSet control, we get all the available options. And that's already a great advantage compared with a plain HTMLWebResource. But sometimes that's not enough. Maybe you need related data that won't... Continue Reading →

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