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Quick Tip: Paste JSON/XML as classes in Visual Studio for Power Platform

Quick Tip: Paste JSON/XML as classes in Visual Studio for Power Platform

If you're looking to streamline your coding process on the Power Platform, this tutorial is the quick tip you've been searching for. With Visual Studio, you can easily add classes for your JSON and XML, making it a breeze to convert and replace your Power Automate Flows with custom code using Plugins or Actions.

This tutorial takes you through the process step-by-step, showing you how to copy your JSON or XML data, paste it into Visual Studio, and generate classes that reflect your data structure. By doing so, you'll have greater control over your data and can manipulate it to meet your specific needs. At the same time, you'll save time and effort, freeing you up to work on more important aspects of your project.

So if you're ready to take your Power Platform coding to the next level, check out this tutorial and learn how to paste JSON/XML as classes in Visual Studio.

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