PCF controls are no longer new and shiny, but they remain a powerful tool at the disposal of Power Platform developers. And, much like MB-400, they remain a crucial topic within the PL-400 exam and the focus for today’s blog post.
Custom API's may be a recent addition into Microsoft Dataverse, but I'm already lovin' them a lot. You can work with them similar to custom actions, including when you want to trigger them via a custom ribbon button in a model-driven Power App…
As well as having a good awareness of Power Automate flows, Power Platform developers also need to grasp two additional automation tools - Business Process Flows and Business Rules. As we continue my PL-400 exam series, let's dive in to see what these tools can offer us.
Power Automate is perhaps one of the most effective tools we have in our arsenal as Power Platform developers. Understanding how they work and to best leverage them is crucial for the PL-400 exam, so let's dive in and see what they are all about
The great joy about the Power Platform is the ability to build apps quickly. However, making great, high performant apps is an entirely different matter. As we continue my PL-400 exam blog series, find out more about the tools to support us in this objective.
There's an important distinction to make between the two flavours of Power Apps available to us. Both have different feature sets and are built for specific usage scenarios. As we continue my series on exam PL-400, we now look at the first type of Power Apps - model-driven.
When first working with the security model within Microsoft Dataverse, you can often struggle to understand and appreciate the functionality on offer. As I continue my series focused on exam PL-400, we now have an opportunity to discuss these topics in more detail.
Exam PL-400 Revision Notes: Modelling Data using Tables, Columns & Relationships in Microsoft Dataverse
Understanding the Power Platform's various data modelling capabilities is essential if you plan to sit the PL-400 exam. In the next post in my series related to this exam, we'll explain the concepts of tables, columns and relationships within Microsoft Dataverse.
Have you checked out dataflows within Power Apps yet? They are worth considering if you've got complex data integration needs involving Microsoft Dataverse. However, as you work with them, you may encounter a similar issue I dealt with recently...