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Michaelfp
Advocate II
Advocate II

In this post, I will show how to use SASS on your PCF projects and increase your possibilities with this framework.
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Michaelfp
Advocate II
Advocate II

Hi! Today I will show how to use python language inside your PCF, showing how the platform is so wide and you can do incredible things.

 

I'm a PCF lover 🥰, and when I love something in the technologic world, I try to understand each byte of the subject. In PCF I'm doing a lot of studies to better understand how works. And one thing that gave me curiously is that PCF use webpack to build the component. I thought, a lot of web components in the world use webpack, can we use too on PCF?

 

So I'm started to search what I can you on my PCF's? So I found a lot of cool things to use likes Sass(in the next post) and Python. 

 

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yashag2255
Dual Super User II
Dual Super User II

In this article I will show you how to create an alphabet based custom control in PowerApps. We will use the gallery control, the slider control (numeric based) and text label controls to create an alphabet-based slider as a custom component.

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