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Canvas app source code editing with VS Code in your browser - 365 Community

Canvas app source code editing with VS Code in your browser

Canvas app source code editing with VS Code in your browserYou don’t even need to install Visual Studio Code and set up Git repository sync locally to access Power Apps source code, thanks to github.dev.

Continue reading Canvas app source code editing with VS Code in your browser at Jukka Niiranen.

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Canvas app source code editing with VS Code in your browser – Jukka Niiranen

The experimental feature for connecting Power Apps Canvas apps with Git version control is pretty amazing. You can read this blog post from my FF colleague Timo Pertilä to see how it looks like for app makers: Power Apps and Git version control.

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