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Power Platform Developers Weekly - Issue #10

During MBAS, Microsoft announced CDS T-SQL, a way for us to use SQL to query the data. This feature i
Power Platform Developers Weekly - Issue #10
By Power Maverick • Issue #10 • View online
During MBAS, Microsoft announced CDS T-SQL, a way for us to use SQL to query the data. This feature is in preview and you can read more on Microsoft Docs. Another nice thing on Microsoft Docs is the guide to implement ALM with Power Platform.
Some new changes to the newsletter, one story will be highlighted as a “Cover Story”. Also, I have added a new category called “Tweet of the week” - some tweets are not articles but tips which are really useful.
– Danish N.

🥇 Cover Story
CDS T-SQL Endpoint pt. 1 - Connecting - Mark Carrington
👍 Power Platform Updates
Capture signature in PowerApps Portal - Dancing with CRM
Power Apps Portals – Adding Icons to Entity List Action buttons via CSS
Power Platform DevOps: Part 5 – Deconstructing the Framework
💎 Common Data Service
Upgrading to the new CDS connector – Hardit Bhatia: The Power Addict
Dynamics 365 Email – HTML Signature and Sender – CRM Keeper
Show Global Notification on Load of Model-driven App in Dynamics 365
🏋️‍♂️ Power Apps & Power Automate
How-To: Creating Multi-Language Canvas Apps
Control Access to Power Apps and Power Automate with Azure AD Conditional Access Policies
🚀 Power Apps Component Framework (PCF)
PCF Dataset Paging in Model vs Canvas Apps
Consuming Microsoft Graph API from PCF Control – Implementing Tae of <T>
Can PCFs communicate? – Dianamics Power
🔨 Tools & Components
Text Splitter | PCF Gallery
Duration Picker | PCF Gallery
Screenshot PCF | PCF Gallery
🎥 Videos
Let's chat about the new Power Platform ALM Guidance
Let's chat about the new Power Platform ALM Guidance
Power Apps - 12 UX & UI Design Tips
Power Apps - 12 UX & UI Design Tips
🔊 Podcasts
🐤 Tweet of the week
April Dunnam | MVP | #PowerAddict
This is a golden nugget of info for #PowerApps Performance @rezadorrani just gave. Don't use First(Filter()) if you are returning a single item! Use Lookup Instead, much faster! #O365Nashville https://t.co/OmH9RlMXf0
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