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The Most Important Power Platform And Microsoft Windows Updates: Build 2021

Microsoft unveiled a new natural language model for Power Fx along with other new Power Platform and Windows capabilities during its Build developer conference.

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Power Fx Expansion Coming

Next month, a preview becomes available of expanded use of the Microsoft Power Fx low-code open-source programming language in Model Driven Commanding and Dataverse Calculated Columns, no longer requiring manual calculations and giving Dataverse an Excel-like interactivity.

In June, Microsoft will also release a preview of Power BI Premium capabilities for dataflows streaming and automatic aggregation of commonly used queries and reports involving large datasets. The goal is speeding up report creation and consumption, according to the company.

Another preview announced at Build is a Microsoft Power BI analytics reports integration with Jupyter Notebook, an open-source development tool with documents that have live code, quotations, visualizations and narrative text. Power BI Embedded Analytics allows developers to explore data analytics and generate reports.

Microsoft also said that coming soon are more native Power Platform Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code integrations, command-line interface (CLI) support for source code files and packaging, independent publisher connector capabilities and an application lifecycle management (ALM) accelerator. These new features aim to make fusion teams easier to participate in from within the developer’s tools of choice, according to Microsoft.

 
 
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