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 →
DevOps Dataverse ALM using Power Apps CLI: a source centric approach
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 →
pac pcf version strategy
Build a PCF release solution, with just one command from VSCode, using the new option of the pac cli: "pac pcf version --strategy"
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 →