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Handle secrets in Azure DevOps

Tue, 05/31/2022 - 14:18 By Mattias Liloia

When creating a ci/cd pipeline for your project, at some point you have to define a connection to your environment. In case of Dataverse, the connection string will contain clientid and client secret values. It's always a good idea to store secret values in a secure place, instead of putting them in clear text into your pipeline definition file (yaml) and potentially pushing them into your code repository.

Azure DevOps provides you a number of possible solutions to address just that:

Power Apps Portal source code with Visual Studio Code and Power Platform CLI

Tue, 01/18/2022 - 10:45 By Fabian Kalchofner
When developing a Portal with Power Apps Portal, you'll reach a point, where you want to have your developments in a source control or where you want to deploy your portal to a production environment. It's possible with Power Apps Portal source code with Visual Studio Code and Power Platform CLI.
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Azure DevOps for Power Platform : Automation for Build, Deployment, Publish, Export, GIT, Variables

Tue, 06/01/2021 - 06:57 By Nguyen Van Hao
This article belongs to the Azure DevOps for Power Platform series. This one will deep dive in the Build and Deploy automations by using Publish, Export, GIT, Variables tasks. Read it ;)