Power Platform Developers Weekly - Issue #80

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Power Platform Developers Weekly - Issue #80
By Power Maverick • Issue #80 • View online
Welcome to the Power Platform Developers Weekly!
Our usual host, Danish, is taking a well-earned break so this episode is brought to you by our irregular guest editor Carl.
This week, Alex Shelga has been on fire! Not only walking through how to use C# code via a new custom connector preview feature but he had an excellent article on whether we should use long functions or split our code. There is also an excellent rebuttal from Daryl LaBar! Great work guys.
Also, Microsoft announced functionality to ease the pain of working in teams, co-presence is now available for Power Automate! If multiple users save a flow, the flow interface now works out if the changes conflict. Great addition!
Microsoft feature releases and announcements
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— PP Dev Weekly Team

🥇 Cover Story
C# code in Power Automate: let’s sort a string array? - It Aint Boring
💎 Model Driven Apps & Dataverse
JS: Access values of fields located on the “Form Component” PCF Control – Andrew Butenko
Programmatically know the Time control Status using the GetState method - Inogic
🏋️‍♂️ Canvas Apps
Power Apps, Accessibility, and WCAG - Hart of the Midlands
How to create a Pinterest like gallery! - The Power Addict
🐱‍🏍 Power Automate
Co-presence in Power Automate | Multiple users working on a Flow | D365 Demystified
🚀 PCF & Custom Pages
Send In-App Notifications from Custom Pages – Dianamics PCF Lady
👍 Everything else in Power Platform
Use OrganizationServiceContext (LINQ) to Retrieve Data + Tips – Temmy Wahyu Raharjo
🔨 Tools & Components
Dataverse Format Changer in XrmToolBox – Matt Beard
👩‍💻 Dev to the Core
Can you “force” VSCode extensions on your team’s PC’s? - Waldo
⛅ Around Azure
🎮 Other Interesting Articles
🎥 Videos
Launch Dialog with Ribbon Workbench and Command Designer - MCJ
Launch Dialog with Ribbon Workbench and Command Designer - MCJ
Power Apps Org Chart - How to Build Tutorial
Power Apps Org Chart - How to Build Tutorial
🔊 Podcasts
Episode 58 - Ignite, Teams & Power Platform - The UP Podcast
🐤 Tweets of the week
Matt Bierner
Today's @code tip: Return type inlay hints

Return type inlay hints show you the implicit return types of functions and methods in #TypeScript and #JavaScript

This can help you better understand what code is doing at a glance

#code2020 https://t.co/5Forndi3oK
Jonas Rapp ᴹᴠᴾ 🇸🇪 #pause
In my head:

1 month today folk...

- 1 Session
- 1 Speaker
- Pub Quiz (if I'm alive still)

Sorry for you all - this day is me me me.
Focus. Focus. Focus.
I will be good. #honest

My session and all links:
https://t.co/t6OCTiewGo https://t.co/GLIi6hmXML
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