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Announcing public preview of ESLint rules for Power Apps and Dynamics 365

Announcing public preview of ESLint rules for Power Apps and Dynamics 365

If you're a developer working on Power Apps model-driven apps and Dynamics 365 CE, this public preview announcement is for you. You can now take advantage of ESLint rules to help identify and resolve potential issues in your JavaScript code, before it's even packaged into your solution.

ESLint is a popular, open-source JavaScript lint tool that offers developers a vast array of rules. These rules check through your code to ensure that good coding practices are being followed. By incorporating ESLint rules into Power Apps and Dynamics 365 CE, developers can now leverage these out-of-the-box rules to identify and correct coding issues proactively, before they even become problematic.

This exciting preview program enables you to take advantage of this powerful technology to increase productivity and reduce errors in your code. Ensure that your solutions are optimized, secure, and rock-solid, with the new ESLint rules for Power Apps model-driven apps and Dynamics 365 CE.

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