PowerApps Component Framework on PowerApps with Greg Hurlman

PowerApps Component Framework on PowerApps with Greg Hurlman

Greg Hurlman


FULL SHOW NOTES
https://podcast.nz365guy.com/192

  • A brief introduction about life and career background of Greg Hurlman  
  • Working from home due to COVID-19 – What’s Greg’s key working strategy
  • Greg's journey to working with Microsoft   
  • Greg's learning experiences on his journey  
  • How Greg started having an interest in the PowerApps Component Framework (PCF)  
  • An introduction about the journey of PCF 
  • The future of PCF 
  • Talks about how to get hands-on with the PowerApps Component Framework  
  • Where PCF is going and the new things coming   
  • How a custom component is created using the PowerApps Component Framework  
  • PowerApps Component Framework roadmap  
  • Talks about any standout examples coming through from customers and the community  
  • An introduction about the recent release of the PowerApps Component Framework on Canvas Apps  
  • Great opportunities available for professional developers and citizen developers with the recent release of the PowerApps Component Framework on Canvas Apps  
  • Best practices that need to be done to improve its performance  
  • Steps Professional Developers and Citizen Developers should take to learn more about PCF 
  • A discussion about how controls are built-in PCF 
  • The role of Citizen Developers and Professional Developers in PCF  
  • How Citizen Developer make use of Professional Developer's components  
  • Learning resources available to use for PowerApps Component Framework 
  • Opportunities for customers, partners or community members with PCF 

 

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Greg Hurlman

Greg Hurlman is a New Yorker by birth, a Seattleite by happenstance, and a web developer for as long as there’s been a web to develop on—from PERL and VBScript then to .NET and TypeScript now. These days Greg is a member of the Power Apps product team, working to build the Power Apps Component Framework and talking to anyone he can about how incredible the Power Platform is for professional developers and citizen developers alike. Before that, he bounced around the Dynamics organization at Microsoft, was a development consultant for 14 years, and actually started his career at Microsoft as a Developer Support Engineer for Classic ASP applications running on IIS 3, 4, and 5.