Calling PAC CLI ModelBuilder from an Azure DevOps Pipeline

Calling PAC CLI ModelBuilder from an Azure DevOps Pipeline

In this post, you'll learn how to automate the process of creating early-bound classes for Dataverse code customization projects using the Microsoft Power Platform CLI (PAC CLI). As described in a previous post, the new modelbuilder command group of PAC CLI is used for generating early-bound classes. Here, you'll explore the process of streamlining early-bound class creation by incorporating it into your Azure DevOps pipeline.

This post is perfect for those looking to enhance their Power Apps development process. By automating the early-bound class creation process, developers can save time while ensuring that their code is always up-to-date. With the help of the step-by-step process outlined in this post, you can easily integrate early-bound class creation into your DevOps pipeline.

If you're interested in optimizing your development workflow and want to learn more about using PAC CLI to create early-bound classes, this post is an excellent resource worth reading. So, head over to the It Must Be Code webpage and see how you can streamline your Power Apps development process!

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