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Power Platform Command Line Interface: October Updates

We’re excited to announce the new updates released in Power Platform CLI October updates. There are a number of improvements that we have made for you, our developer community, and we want to share with you to help overcome roadblocks and make process enhancements. The team is thankful for your continued support. Canvas app download In our...

Power Platform Command Line Interface: September Update

We are so happy to share new updates released in Power Platform CLI September update. There are a number of improvements that we want to share with our community to help them unblock, such as stage-and-upgrade solution import, create a developer environment on behalf-of, data import with multiple connections, and such. Also, I am excited to ...

Power Platform Command Line Interface: July Update

Alright all you Advanced Makers and Developers, we have news for you, the new July update is out, and we have made some great new improvements and features based on the feedback provided by you in the GitHub discussions. Let us dive right into what capabilities are in store! New and Updated capabilities PCF updates We have added a new ...

Announcing our Java + Power Apps Workshop!

Yes, you’ve read the title correctly. We now have a brand new self-led Java + Power Apps workshop. This workshop highlights the collaborative approach of professional and citizen developers rapidly building solutions together. With a Java with Spring Boot REST API backend and a Power Apps frontend, you get the best of both worlds. We’re ...

Streamline your solution development with the Power Platform CLI: Create a solution from scratch

In this blog, you will learn more about using the Power Platform CLI together with Power Platform Solutions. In the previous post, I focused on installing the Power Platform CLI, creating the auth profile and switching environments. In this blog, the solution command group is the superstar! This blog is part of a multi-part series on the ...