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Power Platform Developers Weekly - Issue #48

Power Platform Developers Weekly - Issue #48
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Welcome to Power Platform Developers Weekly!
Microsoft has enabled the option to opt-in for early access to 2021 Wave 1 features; so make sure to enable it on your environments. If not sure how to enable it then Priyesh Wagh has written a nice guide on it.
Hardit Bhatia is writing A-Z (26) topics on canvas apps. So far he has written A-H; you can check out his master post for links to all his A-Z series post.
Few weeks back Natraj Yegnaraman released his Dataverse driver for LINQPad. Lot of nice functionalities and a must-have-tool for Devs.
Did you hear that LevelUp for Power Apps received a new update where admins can impersonate any users? Thanks to Ivan Ficko for his ninja skills that brought us this cool feature.
If you want to understand everything about Power Platform Request Limits then look no further as Timo Pertilä explain this in his blog.
Microsoft feature releases and announcements
Two most important deprecations coming for 2021 Wave 2 are Form footer and Low-density form headers won’t be supported. Thanks to Henry James for reminding us of this changes.
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🥇 Cover Story
PowerApps Portals Dark Mode — Victor Dantas
💎 Model Driven Apps & Dataverse
Display different Business Process Flow based on user security role – Vblogs
Using Environment Variables in Dynamics 365 CRM – Part 1 | Inogic
🏋️‍♂️ Canvas Apps
Dataverse for Teams vs Canvas Apps - Part 1 - Checked vs Default Control Properties
Power Apps & SharePoint List Relationships - Matthew Devaney
🐱‍🏍 Power Automate
How to Query Metadata in Dataverse using Power Automate - Debajit's Blog
Check Conditions In Power Automate During Run – Flow Alt Delete
👍 Everything else in Power Platform
How to Implement Multiselect in PowerApps Portal | by Ragavan Rajan
Simplify Development with Custom API for Reusability – Temmy Wahyu Raharjo
🔨 Tools & Components
New Tool: Portal Entity Permission Manager ⋆ The Power Platform Trenches
PCF Builder Feb 2021 Released – Power Maverick
👩‍💻 Dev to the Core
8 helpful custom React Hooks | Ben Ilegbodu
React Hooks Cheatsheet: The 7 Hooks You Need To Know - DEV Community
🎮 Other Interesting Articles
🎥 Videos
Visual Studio Code Crash Course
Visual Studio Code Crash Course
Intro To Git: Learn the foundations of Git and version control | Learn with Dr. G
Intro To Git: Learn the foundations of Git and version control | Learn with Dr. G
🔊 Podcasts
Refresh the Cache: Making a Power Apps Portal not look like a Portal
🐤 Tweets of the week
Joris Kalz
Edit Power Apps Portals in Visual Studio Code! I developed a tool to sync the website structure of Power App Portals with a local file system: This makes it super easy to integrate libs like #AlpineJS or #Tailwindcss #PowerApps #Portals #PowerPlatform
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