Building a PCF Control that calls Context WebApi

Building a PCF Control that calls Context WebApi

If you're interested in building a PCF Control that calls the Context WebApi, this post is just for you. Here, you'll learn how to build a Power Apps Component Framework (PCF) control that has the capability to call WebApi operations. The tutorial takes you through the process of building a control that calls the navigation features and user settings in a PCF control.

With this knowledge as your foundation, you'll then have the tools you need to run some WebApi code. The tutorial explores the context.webAPI, which serves as a powerful tool in executing read and write requests to Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement. By leveraging the power of the context.webAPI, you can truly unlock the potential of your PCF Controls.

So if you're passionate about finding innovative solutions to challenge yourself and push your limits as a developer, look no further than this informative tutorial by Carl de Souza. By the end of the post, you'll be well on your way to building a custom PCF Control that calls the Context WebApi.

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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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