Format Text by using PCF Control and Regular Expressions

by Levin, Aric

Common Data Service  Dynamics 365  Dynamics CRM  Power Platform  PowerApps  PowerApps Component Framework (PCF)  Unified Interface 


Posted on 12/25/2019 4:34:00 PM


On one of our recent projects, we had a requirement to only allow valid Tax Id Numbers on that field. There are various ways of implementing this, but as the direction seems to be to shift the development of these kind of features to custom controls, we decided to implement it as a PCF custom control.

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Creating a NAICS Code PCF Control using WebApi

by Levin, Aric

Business Solutions  Common Data Service  Dynamics 365  PowerApps  PowerApps Component Framework (PCF)  Unified Interface 


Posted on 10/18/2019 2:43:00 AM


In many of the projects that I have worked over the past years, either government of private sector, while working with other businesses it has become a common practice to request that Industry information from the companies that you work with, and furthermore the NAICS code. While not every company knows their NAICS code, drilling down to get it using the Industry (2-digit code), Subsector (4-digit code) and NAICS title (6-digit code) might be the way to go, sometimes you might want to bypass this complex search if you know ahead of time your business’ NAICS code and have it auto populated for you.

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Credit Card Validator PCF Control

by Levin, Aric

Business Solutions  Dynamics 365  Power Platform  PowerApps  PowerApps Component Framework (PCF) 


Posted on 5/27/2019 12:18:00 PM


Recently, I published a blog post on creating a PowerApp that validates a Credit Card number, and displays the correct image next to the card based on the Card number. As my first PowerApps Component Framework application, I took the same logic of the PowerApp that I created, and decided to create a PCF control that will do the same. I have also created a training guide for this, so that you can follow this logic step by step, which you can download at the bottom of this post.

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