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Add JSON.stringify() or something similar for debugging

Lots of PowerApps developers waste hours of their lives trying to figure out:

- What type of object am I dealing with

- What properties does a certain object have

 

One good solution would be to add a simple label where, in Text property we could specify something like Stringify(My_Object_OrArray)

I hope it's not that hard to implement, but the amount of time we could save on debugging would be massive. Plus, passing JSON objects to MS Flows or other connectors would be extremely useful.

Status: Completed
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Yes please - will make it so much easier to make flow and powerapps exchange data - and even when calling Rest API's

 

Erik Svensen

Power BI MVP

PowerApps Staff
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Great news ! 👍

PowerApps Staff
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PowerApps Staff
Status changed to: New

The new JSON function is now available in environments in the the Preview region (see more information in the Preview Program). It will be available for all environments likely by next week, along with its documentation.

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Status changed to: Started
 
PowerApps Staff
Status changed to: Completed
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Awsome ! Thanks !