Microsoft will rebrand a feature of its Power Portal low-code developmental suite to clarify who it is for and what it does.
Developer conference Microsoft Build is around the corner. As is expected before every huge Microsoft event, some reveals and announcements have started to leak. The first buzzword likely to be heard on 24th of May is ‘Power Pages.’ A veteran Microsoft leaker, ‘The Walking Cat‘, revealed some excellent references to Power Pages earlier this month by posting them online on Twitter. One made it clear that the Power Apps Portals will be rebranded as Power Pages.
What do Power Pages do?
Power Apps Portals is a hosting and developmental software platform for creating business-related websites. Low-code engineers and developers can use this portal to develop and publish sites for different devices, including desktop and mobile. Furthermore, this portal provides customizable templates to build and design websites.
At the Power Apps Portals Launch in October 2019, Microsoft renamed the Dynamics 365 Portals to Power Apps Portals. In a recent blog post of Microsoft Dynamics, a reference was mistakenly added to Power Pages while discussing Power Apps Portals. That blog post indicates that Microsoft is planning to add support for Dataverse search to Power Apps Portals, allowing the users to access which search service model-driven apps are used.
Moreover, just for context, Dataverse, known as Common Data Service, entails the methods of storing and managing data used by a business.
Microsoft has been ruinously publicizing the Power Apps Portals as one of the fastest-growing capabilities of Power Platform for large organizations, government bodies, and educational institutions worldwide to design and launch data-centric websites seamlessly. In addition to all this, Microsoft has showcased several Power Apps Portal-enable sites to promote the technology, including product warranty registration sites, COVID-19 vaccination sites, customer self-service returns, and much more.