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.