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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
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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Microsoft

Power BI Dev Camp is a new monthly webinar sereis that will appeal to programming enthusiasts that like to write code in languages like C#, JavaScript, TypeScript, PowerShell, M, DAX, Python and R. In Power BI Dev Camp, we’ll be examining how to develop solutions with Visual Studio as well as how to develop with Node.js using Visual Studio Code. Our goal is to make happy campers out of developers who want to learn about Power BI embedding, custom visual development, custom connector development and writing PowerShell scripts to automate administrative tasks in a Power BI environment.

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Super User I

Power BI is a business analytics service by Microsoft. It aims to provide interactive visualizations and business intelligence capabilities with an interface simple enough for end-users to create their own reports and dashboards. Currently, there is no direct way of Implementing CICD in PowerBI. Using the Publish menu from the PowerBI Desktop is the easiest way to deploy/publish a report as of now. In this article, we are going to see how we can implement source control and CICD for PowerBI using Azure DevOps.

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Microsoft

Error message received when executing the PowerShell cmdlet Export-PowerBIReport

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