Effective May 24, 2022, Microsoft Power Pages, the fifth product in the Power Platform family, is available in preview.
In common with the other members of the Power Platform family it’s a low-code solution, and enables any user to create a secure website, but with advanced capabilities for customization by professional developers as required. This new product extends the capabilities of the Power Apps Portals product which has historically been used to create external portals quickly and easily.
It has a seamless integration with Visual Studio Code, GitHub, and Azure DevOps and empowers developers to automate their development workflow and leverage continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD) practices.
For the announcement of the preview of Microsoft Power Pages, please visit: https://powerpages.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/announcing-microsoft-power-pages-build-secure-low-code-websites/.
For a 30-day free trial of Power Pages, please visit: https://powerpages.microsoft.com/en-us/?wt.mc_ID=Build2022_fld_us_bl_oo_bl_PowerPlatform.
For a blog post on Power Pages, please visit: https://cloudblogs.microsoft.com/powerplatform/2022/05/24/power-platform-redefines-low-code-with-new-products-and-features-at-microsoft-build/.
For more on the capabilities of Power Pages, please visit: https://powerpages.microsoft.com/en-us/capabilities/.
For software licensing information on Microsoft products, please visit: https://www.schneider.im/software/microsoft/.
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