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Power Apps Portals: fetchxml Liquid Tag and Entity Permissions

The fetchxml Liquid tag is arguably the most powerful Liquid tag in Power Apps Portals – it allows you to meet complex requirements for the display of data. But, if you combine it with a complex Entity Permissions model, you could find yourself getting unexpected errors. In this post I’ll cover what can cause those errors, and how to work around them.

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Power Apps Portals: Where You Put Your JavaScript Matters

One of the most frustrating things that can happen when developing any type of software is when you’ve got the code correct but, due to it being in the wrong place, it doesn’t work as you’ve expected. A recent question on the community forums highlights the importance of putting your JavaScript in the right place.

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Power Apps Portals: Customizing Portal User Registration Process with Azure AD B2C

In the summer when I did a series of posts on one way of customizing the registration process for Portal users, Dileep Singh (@rulesrchanged) – the head of Power Apps Portals at Microsoft – reminded everyone not to forget about how you can customize the registration experience if you’re using Azure AD B2C. In this post, I’ll go through the steps to do just that.

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Power Apps Portals: Authentication Overview

If you’re new to Power Apps Portals, or you’re an Adxstudio veteran, Portal authentication can be a tricky concept – there are a lot of options, and since we’re dealing with getting access to potentially sensitive data, you want to make sure you’re doing it right. I’ve got a few posts lined up on this subject, but I thought I’d start with a general overview of how authentication works in Power Apps Portals.

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PowerApps Portals: Liquid and JavaScript – Better Together!

PowerApps Portals offers two primary languages for customization: JavaScript and Liquid. This leads to confusion as to which technology should be used when – I’ll try to clear up some of that confusion in this blog post, as well as demonstrate that is many cases, the best option is a combination of the two.

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