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Introducing Microsoft’s Power Pages

The low-code and no-code development tools that make up Microsoft’s Power Platform are increasingly important to the company and to enterprises around the world. It’s a trend accelerated by the sudden digital transformations forced by a global pandemic and the resulting shifts in working patterns. Today’s spotlight is on the enterprise app gap, where lack of development resources has left staff resorting to workarounds for outdated business processes.

It’s no wonder that low-code tools have become a key element of the modern enterprise toolkit. At one end of the scale, we have user-focused tools like Access and Excel that deliver desktop and web applications built around simple formula languages. At the other end is the classic Visual Basic which simplifies building form-based user interfaces to line-of-business software. With a mix of process and user interface tools, you can think of the Power Platform as the next generation of business software development tools, and Microsoft is relying on its decades of experience building out the Power Platform. This 2022 release is the fifth major update.

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