Are the date, time, number and currency fields looking funny in your app that uses Dataverse? Here’s where to fix the settings & why managing them is so complex.
Something to look forward to in 2023 Release Wave 1
My top 5 items from the latest Microsoft Power Platform release plans to keep an eye on – and also a few notable omissions.
The state of Teams as a platform
2 years since the Dataverse for Teams launch, it’s time to look how far we’ve come with the Microsoft Teams application platform story & what’s missing still.
Share links with access to records in Model-driven Power Apps
Did you know users can now gain access to records in Dataverse even without any security roles? Time to explore how the new sharing links work.
Dataverse environment administration mode and storage consumption
When you restore the backup of a Dataverse environment into a new environment, it won’t remain forever in its original state. As a result, storage consumption can creep up on you.
Dataverse meets Teams: my presentation at #TeamsNation 2022
Exploring Dataverse for Teams opportunities for low-code app makers. How to position Dataverse for the Microsoft Teams user audience & limits to keep in mind.
Working with solutions in Dataverse for Teams
Solutions are hidden behind the scenes when building Power Apps in a Teams environment. While you can use them, there are some gotchas to be aware of.
Modern advanced find test drive
How does the new 2022 wave 1 feature for Model-driven Power Apps pefrorm when compared to the classic Advanced Find tool from the XRM era?
How to control the lookup view columns for a customer field
The customer lookup column in Dataverse has special behaviors that you need to know when configuring fields for Model-driven Power Apps form.
Virtual Dataverse tables with no code, via Connectors
How to bring external data from SQL Server tables into your Model-driven Power Apps with the new Virtual Connector Provider. This blog posts demonstrates how you can transparently combine the virtual & physical data onto a single screen for the users to work on.