When i started working in Microsoft Power Apps I started to feel that I am missing source control integration with GIT or VSTS/Devops. But then i realized that Microsoft Power apps is focused on helping people build apps without code or less-code. It means that source control Integration with git or VSTS Or Azure DEVOps are not part of those near-term plans and was never a part of plan from Microsoft side,
But good thing is that you can always restore a Microsoft Power app to a previous version that was saved to the cloud from your Power Apps account.
Introduction – In November 2020, Microsoft renamed or rebranded Common Data Service as Dataverse. This is not first time, Microsoft is renaming and rebranding any product. For example – Microsoft Flow was rebranded as Microsoft power Automate. Dataverse (formerly knows as Common Data Service Or just CDS) allows securely store and mange data that can be used in Power Platform Products like Power Apps or other business apps.
Filter function in Microsoft POWER APPS : The Filter function finds records in a table that satisfy a formula. Use Filter to find a set of records that match one or more criteria and to discard those that don’t.
Filter( Table, Formula1 [, Formula2, … ] )
Lookup function in Microsoft POWER APPS :The LookUp function finds the first record in a table that satisfies a formula. Use LookUp to find a single record that matches one or more criteria.
LookUp( Table, Formula [, ReductionFormula ] )
Search function in Microsoft POWER APPS :The Search function finds records in a table that contain a string in one of their columns. The string may occur anywhere within the column
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