Microsoft dropped a ton of announcements during the kickoff keynote at Build, its annual developer conference, and more than a few concerned its Power Platform. Here’s the gist: Power BI and PowerApps, the company’s no-code business analytics service and web apps design platform, respectively, are in line for upgrades next month.
The new PowerApps Component Framework — which is available in private preview for canvas-based apps and will become generally available in June for model-driven apps — enables developers to build reusable components into their apps, while new Visual Studio extensions (also in private preview) allow for custom controls.
Author: Kyle Wiggers
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