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Installing PCF.Gallery Components When No solution.zip Exists

Installing PCF.Gallery Components When No solution.zip Exists

This post delves into how to install custom PowerApps Component Framework (PCF) components when a solution.zip file is not provided by the developer on the PCF.Gallery site. It offers step-by-step instructions on the deployment process to be followed when installing such components to an org.

The post further highlights the need for a setup process for PCF to be carried out before initiating the installation process. This is critical in ensuring a smooth installation process and functionality of the new components.

So if you're facing trouble with missing solution.zip files, this tutorial outlines how to efficiently deal with it.

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Hello! I’m Carl de Souza, a developer and architect focusing on Microsoft Dynamics 365, BI, Web, Cloud, AI and Data Science.

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