Calling an Azure AD secured REST API from PowerApps using Flow

Scenario:”I am building a canvas PowerApp.  The connector I am using doesn’t do exactly what I want it to do.  However, I know the connector uses a REST API secured by Azure AD.  Can I call the REST API directly?” The answer, as of this post, is that you cannot call the REST API directly…

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Productive web resource development for model-driven PowerApps

One of the most common questions I have been asked over the years (and still am today) about extending model-driven PowerApps / Dynamics 365 CE with html and JavaScript is: “What’s the most productive way to develop and debug Dynamics 365 (and now model-driven PowerApps) web resources?” The answer to that question will certainly be…

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Build and deployment automation of a model-driven PowerApp using VSTS

This is the second part of a two part video.  The first part is here:https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/devkeydet/2018/04/10/zero-to-full-source-control-of-a-model-driven-powerapp-using-spkl/ The second video won’t make as much sense if you don’t watch the first video.  In this video, I build on the work I did to get a model-driven PowerApp (the artist formerly known as XRM…as I like to say)…

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Zero to full source control of a model-driven PowerApp using spkl

Most people who build applications have used some sort of source control system.  Source control has become the de-facto way to keep track of changes as an application evolves.  I often find that people think they have to give up the well understood benefits of source control when adopting a no-code/low-code rapid application development platform. …

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Calling an Azure Active Directory secured Azure Function from PowerApps

Scenario:”I want to secure an Azure Function using Azure Active Directory (AAD) and call it from a PowerApp using a custom connector.  There are a few different docs out there that can help me figure it out.  However, I haven’t found anything that shows how to do it beginning to end.” While the info in…

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