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Power Pages: Multiselect Load Event

A few months back, I wrote an article about how to handle the change event for multiselect (choices) columns on Power Pages forms. Another common requirement is handling an event when the page first loads – this can be useful in situations where you want to modify the available options based on other values on the page. In this post, I’ll look at how you might be able to do that.

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Power Pages: Unprecedented Times for Long-Time Customers

With the release of documentation describing the migration from the Standard Data Model to the Enhanced Data Model, we’ve entered some unprecedented times for organizations that have been using Power Pages for a long time. For the first time since Microsoft acquired the product, a significant upgrade of the website will be necessary at some point in the future to transition to both Bootstrap v5 and the Enhanced Data Model.

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Power Pages: Pro Code Techniques in the Templates – Custom Interface for Location Selection

This month we continue our look at some of the pro code techniques that appear in the templates available for Power Pages. We’re going to stick with the “Schedule and Manage Meetings” template, which provides a multistep form for booking a meeting. This time we’re going to look at the second step, where a user can select which location they want their appointment at. This step includes some custom JavaScript, plus a PCF Control.

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Power Pages: Multiselect Change Event

I was very excited when multiselect (choices) column support was finally added to Power Pages in 2022. While I had published a workaround on this blog (and it was one of the more popular posts on the site), it was great not having to create extra fields and register plugins. Recently, however, I was asked about how to work with these fields on the form in JavaScript. I’ll dive into that in this post.

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Power Pages: Adding a Custom Form Modal to List Action Buttons

Recently there was a comment on my blog Power Apps Portals: Related Entity as Source of Next Web Form Step about adding a custom Edit button to a list or subgrid. In this case, rather than editing the main row in the table, they wanted to edit a row that was related to the main row. If you want the edit form to pop up in a modal, it requires a bit of JavaScript. In this post, I’ll go through what you need to do in order to achieve this functionality.

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Power Pages: Pro Code Techniques in the Templates – Custom Interface for Service Selection

This month we continue our look at some of the pro code techniques that appear in the templates available for Power Pages. This time we’re going to look at the “Schedule and Manage Meetings” template, which provides a multistep form for booking a meeting. This form has lots of pro code goodies in it, so this won’t be the only post, but for now, we’re going to look at the first step in the form where the user chooses what type of meeting they want to have.

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Power Pages: A Platform for ISVs?

Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) have been an important part of the Microsoft Business Applications space for a long time. ISVs create solutions that build on top of the platforms and products that Microsoft provides off-the-shelf. As the Power Platform has continued to grow and evolve, more opportunities have presented themselves for ISVs. In this post, I’ll look at what ISVs might want to consider when looking at incorporating Power Pages as part of their offering.

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Power Pages: Pro Code Techniques in the Templates – Custom Search Interface Using JavaScript Redirects

This month I’m continuing my series on looking at how functionality is built into the new templates available for Power Pages. In this post I looking at the Program Registration template, which allows users to browse and sign up for classes, and is useful in scenarios such as an after school program. Specifically, I’m going to look at the functionality that allows users to search through the available classes.

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