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Power Platform Developers Weekly - Issue #75

Power Platform Developers Weekly - Issue #75
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Welcome to Power Platform Developers Weekly!
Last week I released a new tool for Visual Studio Code called Dataverse DevTools. You can get it on the VSCode Marketplace. The idea is to create one single tool to work with Dataverse and so your contributions are welcomed. Please read the contributing guidelines before submitting the pull requests.
Microsoft feature releases and announcements
In this month’s Power Apps community call the agenda is Performance Insights, event calendar apps, and game development.
Check out Joe Griffin’s revision notes for PL-600 here.
Thanks to Kokulan Eswarnathan for bringing to our attention the new updated Power Platform Tool for Visual Studio 2019 in his recent blog.
If you are on any GitHub repo now you can edit the repo without loading it from your local machine. Just press . on a windows machine.
And as mentioned in the Tip of the Day post,
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🥇 Cover Story
Transform A Custom Connector Response With C# Code
💎 Model Driven Apps & Dataverse
Have you noticed a change in the field mapping logic? | It Ain't Boring
Dataverse DevOps: Create Tool for Auto Deployment for WebResource + PluginAssembly – Temmy Wahyu Raharjo
Dataverse: Create Custom API and Implement using plugin C# – Ajit Patra
🏋️‍♂️ Canvas Apps
Building responsive, consistent and reusable apps in your organization - Part 1 : Components
🐱‍🏍 Power Automate
[Limitation] Unable to use Custom Connector with actions having parameterized GET requests. – Ajit Patra
Fundamentals # 6: Usage of Coalesce Function – Common Man Tips
🚀 PCF & Custom Pages
Custom Pages: A step towards disappearing lines between Canvas Apps and Model-Driven Apps | Inogic
👍 Everything else in Power Platform
Dataflows: loading data from CSV file without copying it to OneDrive – Olena
Make Your First Custom Connector For Power Automate And Power Apps
🔨 Tools & Components
Dataverse DevTools - Visual Studio Marketplace
Power Platform Tools - Visual Studio Marketplace
👩‍💻 Dev to the Core
Lazy loading react components with dynamic imports and intersection observer - DEV Community
How To Run Visual Studio As Administrator - Dynamics 365 Musings
⛅ Around Azure
Tip #1404: App secrets that last longer than 2 years | Tip Of The Day
🎮 Other Interesting Articles
🎥 Videos
Power Platform Integration - Power Apps, Automate, Power BI & Virtual Agents - R&D Show #1
Power Platform Integration - Power Apps, Automate, Power BI & Virtual Agents - R&D Show #1
PowerApps Hide SharePoint List and remove it from Search
PowerApps Hide SharePoint List and remove it from Search
🔊 Podcasts
XrmToolCast: Daniel Cai and KingswaySoft
Refresh the Cache: Power Apps Portals: Power Platform 2021 Release Plan Wave 2
🐤 Tweets of the week
George Doubinski
Seasoned devs are familiar with concurrency gotchas but new makers may not be. Loops in #PowerAutomate should avoid variables if possible. Otherwise make sure your loop does NOT run in parallel. I rarely read screen prompts but this is a good one.
Jukka Niiranen #ForwardForever
Awesome! The latest #PowerPlatform CoE Starter Kit release contains app + flows for managing environment creation requests. This Request Center looks very handy for the #PowerApps & #PowerAutomate governance processes:
💖 GitHub Sponsors
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