Whats New with Microsofts dynamics 365 developer roles when it comes to Power Platform
Following a number of interesting Power Platform developments made at Explode, Microsoft has been putting a lot of emphasis on its Power Automate desktop software this month by releasing a new client update and introducing additional process mining tools. In addition, we will see a demonstration of a tool that repairs PowerFX formulas as well as developer tools for Power Apps. New developments that offer you with considerable possibilities to revolutionize your organization are coming with the final release for dynamics 365 developer and industrial clouds in 2022. In addition, Microsoft made an intriguing statement on its Supply Chain Platform, which is directed toward all those working in the logistics and warehousing businesses.
Power Automate Desktop Update
Changes have been made to the user interface of Power Automate for desktop. The user interface for the desktop now comes equipped with a home page that may direct them to useful links and walks them through the desktop console.
This version now incorporates more SharePoint connection operations, such as Get Lists, Get file content, and Get file metadata. In addition, warnings will now be shown in the Power Automate desktop software both as pop-out windows and as banners.
Last but not least, licensing requests to administrators may now be be issued through the desktop client, in addition to suggesting trials or extension requests. The efficiency of capturing user interface components is also being improved.
1.Powering and Automating the Mining Process
Microsoft made the announcement in March that it had acquired Minit, a company that specializes in the provision of process mining solutions. Since that time, the dynamics 365 developer have been hard at work trying to implement Minit’s technology into Power Automate and Power Virtual Agents. As a result, new process mining capabilities are now available for preview.
Additional improvements have been made to the pack, unpack, and sync commands: PowerFx formulae written in.yaml are now supported by both the pack and unpack commands for Tables. In addition to that, this update integrates GitHub Actions and Azure DevOps management into your CI/CD pipeline in the same manner as a prior version integrated D365 and ISV apps.
Fixing Power Apps with the Formula
Using the available IntelliSense recommendations to write functions in PowerFX is often a simple and straightforward process to do. On the other hand, if you forget a comma or a semicolon, it might be tough to figure out why you are being inundated with red squiggles in the formula bar.
Power Apps will help you get back on track with the push of a button by using a feature called Formula Repair, which is currently in preview. This feature will advise where you may have made a mistake. There are three primary categories of corrections that need to be made in this preview: typos, missing operators, improper use of delimiters, and missing parentheses and quotes.
Developers Tool for the Power Platform
The release roadmap for Dynamics 365 developer and industrial clouds summaries the newly introduced functions for Power Platform.
The Power Platform developer tools from Microsoft have been updated with some interesting new capabilities that developers have been requesting for quite some time. The first of them is a C# class generator that may be found in the PAC CLI. This functionality was previously only accessible via the use of a third-party tool, but it has now been included directly into the CLI. These automatically created classes adhere to the standards set by.NET Core. The same way that Microsoft has created Dynamics 365 applications such as Customer Insights that allow organizations to kick-start modernization and adoption of cloud applications, the same way that Microsoft’s Supply Chain Platform will allow logistics and warehousing industries to do the same while reaching outside of the Dynamics ecosystem is that Microsoft has created Dynamics 365 applications such as Customer Insights that allow organizations to kick-start modernization and adoption of cloud applications.
The Supply Chain Center has pre-built modules that solve interruptions in the delivery chain across all aspects of placing orders and supply. The supply and demand analytics module, the order fulfillment module, the Teams integration module, and the partner modules are all included in these modules.