Power Platform Dev Tools, Dataverse /
Getting started with the configuration migration tool

Want to know how to move configuration between your Power Platform environments? You’re in the right place, where in this post, I’ll show you how to do just this, with the configuration migration tool for Dynamics 365 and Power Platform, as part of this…

Power Platform Dev Tools, Dataverse /
Adding users and groups with security roles assigned to Power Platform environments using CLI

Do you ever find the task of adding users to a Power Platform environment and then having to assign security roles tedious and time consuming? Well, in this post, I’ll show you how to speed this up majorly using the Power Platform CLI (command…

Dataverse, Power Platform Dev Tools /
Create Dataverse environments with the Power Platform CLI

When working with low code and platforms such as Microsoft’s Power Platform, the idea of containerisation isn’t something not considered, and is rather something very much present, similar to the pro code world! Creating environments in the Power Platform admin center can become tedious…

Power Platform, Dataverse /
Getting started with Power Platform Tools

Woah! On to a new blog series? That’s right! Recently on my blog, I’ve been talking lots about contextual data and taking advantage of the wider digital ecosystem, and broader ecosystems using APIs and services such as Microsoft Graph. 🤩 There are now 33+…

Dataverse /
Configure a Postman environment for working with the Dataverse Web API

In this blog post, we’re going to take a look at a tool we can utilise to make working with the Dataverse Web API loads easier! Similar to Graph Explorer, but for a number of API’s, Postman is a tool that lets you authenticate…

Power Apps, Dataverse /
Patch new records to Dataverse with lookup columns and nested records

Are you familiar with using Patch() to create records in Dataverse? Or perhaps you create collections of records in Dataverse tables by patching a collection from your app? Have you ever tried to patch a new record or a collection with a nested object…

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