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Category: Power Fx
Power Fx is a low code language to “express” logic. Expressive languages, for those who are not familiar with them, are easy to read and write complex code with low boilerplate code. This enables developers with any level of proficiency to learn them quickly.
Microsoft was extremely strategic when they chose Excel’s function as the base of Power Fx. You read that correctly. Excel’s functions and formulas are not the first things people think about when talking about programming languages. But if you think about it, they represent a huge slice of the population familiar with the functions already.
I won’t have a defined timeline to publish Power Fx articles. Instead, I’ll feature them in multiple posts about Power Apps and their rollout in other areas of the Power Platform.
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