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Power Apps – Fluent UI Badge

Power Apps – Fluent UI Badge

Looking to add an extra touch of style to your Model Driven App Forms? Look no further than PCF controls. PCF controls, or Power Apps component framework, allow app builders and developers to create custom code components for model-driven and canvas apps. Through these components, users can enhance their experience, working with data on forms or views.

One particularly impressive PCF control is the Fluent UI Badge. This badge can be used to display information, such as a status or an alert, directly on the form or view. It boasts a clean, modern design, consistent with the Fluent UI aesthetic. By integrating the Fluent UI Badge into your Model Driven App Forms, you can add a touch of elegance and sophistication to your user experience.

So why settle for a bland user interface, when you can elevate your data visualization game with PCF controls like Fluent UI Badge? Even those with limited coding experience can easily incorporate these controls into their Model Driven App Forms, adding a personal touch that sets their app apart. Check out this tutorial for step-by-step instructions on how to add the Fluent UI Badge to your forms today.

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