A new programming language called power fx has presented microsoft to his home trade show ignite. It is a free low code tool that does not focus on classic developers, but regular office users. And the latter witness, because power fx is based on excel.
Specifically, it uses the same syntax as excel, with which many users have already been familiarized and with which they could still write complicated applications than with simple drag-drop tools. At the start, canvas apps can be created, but microsoft plans to extend the language to other areas of the power platform – including dataverse, power automate and power virtual agents.
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Users should merely have to specify what their application should do without defining how to work. As in excel, declarative formulas change changes to other places of the application automatically, variables and data tables must not be updated handically updated. Programmers can also use power fx in a classic ide like visual studio code and edit the complete source code there.