Tag: PowerShell

Microsoft Dataverse for Teams and Azure API Management

Project Oakdale and Azure API Management

I think that Microsoft Dataverse for Teams (old name Project Oakdale) is the most important Power Platform announcement of the year, especially you are coming from a canvas apps background like myself. Teams are starting to be more and more of a platform for the… Continue Reading “Microsoft Dataverse for Teams and Azure API Management”

PnP.PowerShell Is Out and Here’s Why it Matters

PnP.PowerShell Is Out and Here's Why it Matters

Good things are worth waiting for. It took around two years but finally, PnP PowerShell (@PnpPowershell) for PowerShell Core, aka PnP.PowerShell is out in a preview, and GA is expected to be realized this year. Big kudos to Erwin (@erwinvanhunen) and his team. More… Continue Reading “PnP.PowerShell Is Out and Here’s Why it Matters”

Connecting to Microsoft Graph with PowerShell

Nowadays, I find myself self-working with PowerShell almost as much as with Power Platform. Not even mention that I used to work as a software developer in the web stack world, like jQuery, and React. I remember that my first large PowerShell project was… Continue Reading “Connecting to Microsoft Graph with PowerShell”

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