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Reusing Functionality – Azure Functions and the Power Platform

leembaker profile image Lee Baker #PowerfulDevs Conf Updated on ・1 min read

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About This Session:

July 15, 2020: 10:00 PDT – 10:25 PDT

How many of you know how to use Azure Durable functions to do great things? Lee is going to show us how to use Azure Durable functions to separate long running functionality and then integrate and use this from all types of Power Apps. Don’t miss it!

About the Speakers:

Lee Baker is a lead technologist focused on modernizing businesses with Azure and the Power Platform. Follow @leembaker on Twitter.

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Hey Lee! How did you get started? For someone new to the Power Platform, what would be your first recommended module or doc?

 

Hey Jenny,
For a traditional developer I would suggest looking into PCF controls, I think that is the most powerful addition to the platform. It is going to get loads of traction over the next few months

For a Citizen developer I would look straight into canvas apps, the quickest way to multiple app types.