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The fifth article in the ten part Power Platform Connectors A to Z series by Apptigent CTO Eric Shupps, Power Platform Customization and Extensibility, is now available. The fourth article in the series explored in detail the concepts of references, triggers, and policies. Each of these involves editing the underlying definition files and demands a certain level of technical acumen and comfort with JSON, YAML, command-line utilities, and testing tools. These are necessary skill areas for advanced connector creation, but mastery of them is not required—it is sufficient to just be familiar enough to use them when needed. This article discusses some additional advanced techniques related to optional configuration and constructing dynamic schemas, which involve the same level of technical knowledge. It also introduces the only true “professional developer” topic related to custom connectors—the Code step—with the caveat that actual coding is a task best left to programmers. It is important to understand, however, where it fits into the overall connector architecture and how it functions.
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The complete series is being published in regular installments on the Tekkigurus web site, an online platform dedicated to providing technology-related news, insights and resources to Microsoft technology enthusiasts worldwide. Check back every few weeks for new article releases.