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How to Generate Dataverse Early-Bound Classes with PAC CLI ModelBuilder

How to Generate Dataverse Early-Bound Classes with PAC CLI ModelBuilder

As a Power Platform developer, I have always been a strong advocate for the use of early-bound classes in customization projects that targets Dataverse tables and actions. Early-bound classes not only increase code readability and maintainability, they also significantly reduce the risk of errors. I think that being proficient and…

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It Must Be Code! - Verses and rants on Power Platform development by David Rivard
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