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- Introducing GitHub Copilot for Azure Data Studio (Drew Skwiers-Koballa) - That's such a great idea! I spend less time writing queries than I used to. This will help save time remembering the schema and other quick things.
Introducing Dev Home (Kayla Cinnamon) - Very excited by the potential of DevHome.It was announced at Build and it's looking great already. As Kayla talked about it I installed it from the store. A project to watch for sure.
8 Free and Open Source Blazor UI Libraries (Claudio Bernasconi ) - Wow! I didn't know so many free and great libraries existed!
Announcing an update for .NET Upgrade Assistant with a new CLI tool! - .NET Blog (Olia Gavrysh) - An interesting tool indeed! Would be if we could do the same to upgrade the packages.
Create a Microsoft Power App for your ASP.NET Core Web API - Visual Studio Blog (Julia Kasper) - This is an excellent tutorial to build a mobile app without code and using an API as a source of data.
What’s new: Power Apps May 2023 Feature Update (Clay Wesener) - That month was packed! I need to try these new features.
Transforming Excel into Power Apps: A Game-Changer with Microsoft's CoPilot AI (Shane Young) - Hopefully this will helps a few people to move out of Excel. Because yes there is a time for that.
More power with pipelines in Power Platform (Anthony Sheehi,) - Next deployment new feature in the Pipeline. There are also a few video references to learn more about it.
Power Apps is empowering coders with next-generation AI capabilities (Ryan Cunningham,) - So many mind-blowing new capabilities! Copilot's presence will really change the game in terms of productivity.
- Remote Versus Local Development with Mike Brevoort (Screaming in the Cloud) - Remote or not remote, that's the question... right? Interesting discussion around a polarized question.
- DevPod for Dev Containers (DevOps and Docker Talk) - I heard of DevPod before, but it wasn't stable enough for my occasional usage. But now it looks just perfect! Looking forward to trying it!
- Blazor Web Assembly by Example with Toi B. Wright (Hanselminutes with Scott Hanselman) - You can hear the passion in her voice! I'm sure the book is excellent, plus I love the idea of picking only the part that you want/ need and not missing anything.