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Looking for a New Years resolution to boost your morale and increase your market value? Join us at Power BI Dev Cap and learn how to get started designing and implementing custom visuals for Power BI. Campers will learn how to define custom visual capabilities and data mappings as well as how to program D3-style data binding using categorical data from a Power BI dataset. The session also demonstrates other essential skills including how to extend a visual with custom properties and how to package a custom visual as a PBIVIZ file.

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Step up your game as a Power BI developer by learning how to develop single page applications (SPAs) to embed Power BI reports and dashboards using the ever-popular React.js library. If you're able to attend the December session of Power BI Dev Camp on Thursday, December 17th, you'll learn how to design and develop SPA applications using React components to handle routing, navigation and Power BI embedding.

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Microsoft

It's exciting. We're starting to build up some momentum with our monthly Power BI Dev Camp sessions. Last week I presented our third session titled Deep Dive into the Power BI JavaScript API. This blog post provides links to the session slides and sample projects. It also provides information about our next Power BI Dev Camp session in November on the Tabular Object Model and the XMLA endpoint.  

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The video for last month's Power BI Dev Camp session on writing PowerShell scripts for Power BI is now available for viewing. Get ready for the next Power BI Dev Camp session on Thursday, October 29th where we will covering embedding reports and dashboards using the Power BI JavaScript API. You can learn all about implementing interactive capabilities with Power BI embedding including navigating between pages, setting filters and applying bookmarks. Along the way, campers will learn cutting-edge techniques such as using the Power BI JavaScript API to programmatically add visuals to reports and to dynamically rearrange a report layout. 

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Microsoft

I am thrilled to announce that the video from our first Power BI Dev Camp session titled Developing for Power BI using .NET Core is now available on the Power BI community video gallery. This video is accompanied by a hands-on tutorial which teaches campers how to implement Users-Owns-Data embedding with .NET Core 3.1 and Microsoft's newest authentication library, Microsoft.Identity.Web. The tutorial also teaches developers how to migrate from JavaScript to TypeScript when programming the Power BI JavaScript API. We've also made the PowerPoint slides from the session available for download for anyone who wants to review the advanced developer topics and code covered in the video.

 

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Microsoft

Thursday, August 27th - Learn how to develop custom web applications for Power BI using .NET Core 3.1 and .NET 5. In this session, campers will learn best practices for acquiring and caching access tokens in cloud-based development and learn a structured approach for implementing Power BI embedding. Campers will also learn how to integrate Node.js and webpack support into a .NET Core web application project to achieve strongly-typed programming when writing client-side TypeScript code against the Power BI JavaScript API.https://aka.ms/PBIWebinar082720 

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