[Model-driven apps – Client Scripting] How to interact the client API with a PCF control in a form using the OnOutputChange event?

In this blog, we will discover a new addition to the Client API. This event is the "OnOutputChange" that allows triggering a handler after a PCF control has notified the change of its outputs. This event is valid for controls that live in model-driven app forms. The use of this event creates communication between PCF … Continue reading [Model-driven apps – Client Scripting] How to interact the client API with a PCF control in a form using the OnOutputChange event?

[Model-driven apps – Client Scripting] How to avoid calling the same function twice when creating a new record ?

Model-driven apps offer a client API that allows us to implement some business logic in JavaScript. The client API accepts to attach functions to events such as form loading, data changing and more. Generally, we have two possibilities to register a function for a given event. Either in a static way, using configuration. Or dynamically, … Continue reading [Model-driven apps – Client Scripting] How to avoid calling the same function twice when creating a new record ?

Optimistic Concurrency in Model-Driven Apps Forms

This blog will discuss a proposed implementation of Optimized Concurrency for Model-Driven Apps forms. My implementation is executed on the model-driven app only, using the client API and the new Asynchronous capabilities that the API offers. I won't go into the details of my analysis that led to this implementation proposal. However, I was strongly … Continue reading Optimistic Concurrency in Model-Driven Apps Forms