The issue from this blog was fixed with the pac version 1.19.4. 🙂 Since a few versions, the Power Platform CLI (pac) has an issue with "pac pcf push": the component doesn't seem to get updated inside your environment. I've encountered that a while ago, when I was working on the Power Apps Grid customizer... 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 →
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. So here is everything I know (until now) about this. PCF Version First things first. What is the PCF... Continue Reading →
In the Part1 of the blog post we saw how to set up the CDS projects, and also the first Azure DevOps Pipeline which allows us to grab the customizations, extract the content and commit to the github repository (inside a CDS project). In this blog I'll write about the second pipeline, which I use... Continue Reading →
This week I've made some DevOps Pipelines. I'm a bloody beginner in this area, but I had a vision about how it should work. "A man with a plan". 🙂 So I've googeled quite a few, and I've found helpful blogs from Tae Rim Han, Benedikt Bergmann and Ryan Spain (I'll post all the links... Continue Reading →