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React – Extended boundary of Power Apps component framework

In previous post I demonstrated about how to use React with the former version of Power Apps component framework (PCF) by modifying PCF packages, which is unsupported. I am a strong believer that plain old JavaScript is a not a good choice when it comes to building moderately complex component that use DataSets, and as […]

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Power Apps component framework – Beyond the boundary

Note: I am going to write some dark magic with PCF. It is not currently supported by Microsoft. These are my personal findings. Views are my own. But if you want to dismantle PCF and want to test the boundary, then read further. Credit: Andrew Ly for his Number Button Selector control and feedback. Rami […]

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Multiple user roles and entity permissions in Microsoft CRM Portal

Before reading the post, you may would like to read the official document on Microsoft at https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/customer-engagement/portals/assign-entity-permissions. This will give you a basic understanding of entity permissions in Microsoft CRM Portal. Your customer wants to build a portal using Microsoft CRM portal. Connection is used for linking their contacts and accounts. Your customer wants to control […]

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Microsoft CRM Portal (online) development essentials

After developing a custom portal on Microsoft CRM Portals, I like to share my experience. This is kind of starter guide to build highly customised web pages on Microsoft CRM portals. It is a high level and very informal guide. Libraries and frameworks To customise the portal, a good understanding of followings are essential. Bootstrap […]

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Client-side library for CRM Portal – Completion of first draft

Before end of 2016, I started working on Microsoft CRM Portal development. I realised I have to heavily use liquid and JavaScript if I want to customise. It is true that we can use jQuery to manipulate its elements but I never want to manipulate DOMs especially in this type of application whose UI would change […]

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