Editable Dataset PCF: New SDK Methods

Last week I was just browsing to PCF sdk, in order to post a link for an answer in the Power Apps Community Forum, and I've landed to "EntityRecord". I had the feeling that something was different, so I had a look to the methods available there: Wait.... What...? Can we change and save with... Continue Reading →

Goodbye HTML Web Resources…

Don’t worry, the HTML web resources for model-driven are not deprecated. I just don’t believe that I will ever make new ones again.  But there is that old problem of ClientGlobalContext deprecation. The ClientGlobalContext is an aspx site which we used to include in every HTML web resource in order to get access to information... Continue Reading →

Dialog Buttons PCF

In my blog "Transform Forms into Dialogs and more..."  I've described how  it is possible to make dialogs out of standard form customizing using the SDK. In case you want to implement it, you might need some buttons to start the dialog actions. This PCF is about the Dialog Buttons PCF, which tries to implement these buttons. Requirements First, I have to find a name for this... Continue Reading →

Can PCFs communicate?

A PCF component is isolated in a sandbox. It gets a piece of the document (a div) where it can play, and it's allowed to report when the value(s) changed. That's it. I totally understand that the components has to be in "isolation", but what if they need to "tell" more? Platform way: Communication through... 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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