Extending Microsoft Power Apps with Power Apps Component Framework (Packt)
Monday, 08 March 2021

Power Apps Component Framework is used to extend the capabilities of model-driven and canvas apps. In this book, Danish Naglekar shows the basics as well as advanced topics using practical examples. The book covers different ways of debugging code components and guides you through the process of building code components for datasets. You'll also explore the functions and methods provided by the framework to enhance your controls using powerful sets of libraries and extensions.

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Author: Danish Naglekar
Publisher: Packt Publishing
Date: February 2021
Pages: 318
ISBN: 978-1800564916
Print: 1800564910
Kindle: B08LLDZJC4
Audience: PowerApp developers
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: Applications 

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  • Understand the fundamentals of Power Apps Component Framework
  • Explore the tools that make it easy to build code components
  • Build code components for both a field and a dataset
  • Debug using test harness and Fiddler
  • Implement caching techniques
  • Find out how to work with the Dataverse Web API
  • Build code components using React and Fluent UI controls
  • Discover different deployment strategies

 

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