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Announcing experimental release of the PowerApps component framework for Canvas apps

Hi all,

FYI, experimental release of the PowerApps component framework for Canvas apps is now available. With PowerApps component framework, developers can now develop their own code components and use them inside canvas apps in addition to model apps.


This is a great opportunity for professional developers to extend an industry-leading Enterprise Low-Code Application Platform  by creating reusable code components which all Makers can use.  Possibilities are endless when the modern web technologies and the 3rd party libraries can be utilized inside our powerful low-code, high productivity application platforms that empower every developer to achieve more.


For details please see annoucement blog post here




Hemant Gaur 

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