I started to explore this new feature because I wanted to see changes to the code. I mean real code. There is no way to easily see the code… Well, Power Apps is a no/low-code as we know, so I also know we should not want to see code… But I do. I have to.
This is a guest writer for the site! He is writing about the intellisense feature in the FetchXML Builder tool. Who should write about this – other than Mark Carrington who add the feature to the tool!
Working with Entity Permissions for Power Apps Portals is not always as smooth as you might want it to be. This new tool lets you visually see and work with the different types of permissions and their hierarchies, and makes it easier to get it right the first time.