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Can we extend (subclass) an existing component?

We need to use an editable grid, but due to our functional requirements, it needs some extra custom functionality.

 

Since I don’t find much about this topic, I would like to ask some questions about this:

  • Is it possible to extend a PowerApps Control Framework control?
  • Is this supported or will it be in the (near) future?
  • What is the proper way to do this?

 

Kind regards.

 

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Re: Can we extend (subclass) an existing component?

The current editable grid (and first party controls in general) are not available for extention or inheritance. We plan to do it and its on the roadmap but not something which will be avaialble  in short term (6-9 months).

 

Please log an idea\feature ask and this will help feature teams prioritize. https://aka.ms/PCFIdeas (under PowerApps component framework)

hemant 

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Re: Can we extend (subclass) an existing component?

The current editable grid (and first party controls in general) are not available for extention or inheritance. We plan to do it and its on the roadmap but not something which will be avaialble  in short term (6-9 months).

 

Please log an idea\feature ask and this will help feature teams prioritize. https://aka.ms/PCFIdeas (under PowerApps component framework)

hemant 

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Re: Can we extend (subclass) an existing component?

Thanks,

 

will check the ideas page and add it if not there yet.

 

Kr

 

Kim

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