How to: debug plugins in the shared environments

When debugging a plugin, I often use PluginExecutionExceptions to display debugging messages. But, of course, it all works great when my development environment (or the plugin) is relatively isolated. And it all falls apart when there are other people working in the same environment, and they suddenly start seeing those error messages. There is a… Read More »

Flow execution “within context” of the app

If you look at the Power Apps licensing guide, you will see that flow execution is, usually, permitted within app context: That same wording applies to pretty much all licence types, including Dynamics 365. And there is a corresponding note in the Power Apps Licensing FAQs: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform/admin/powerapps-flow-licensing-faq Question, though. How do you read this? For… Read More »

Model-Driven Applications for application Users

Recently, I have been working on a training for application users which might be helpful to both users and new model-driven application makers: https://www.itaintboring.com/downloads/training/ModelDrivenApplicationsforApplicationUsers.pdf It is meant to cover model-driven application functionality from the user perspective. To be fair, there is a lot to cover, so this is not going to be absolutely exhaustive, but… Read More »

How I spent 7 hours fixing my hacked WordPress site

Usually, I don’t need to deal with the hacked WordPress sites. However, I’m not using hosted WordPress blog – instead, my blog is running on a hosting account where I have installed WordPress… to some extent, that gives me quite a bit of flexibility. But, on the other hand, when things go wrong, it may… Read More »