Introducing Microsoft Power Fx


Today, Microsoft announced Microsoft Power Fx: the low-code programming language for everyone. This is the newest member of the Microsoft Power Platform family

Microsoft Power Fx, an open source formula language for low code that’s based on Microsoft Excel.

Power Fx is exciting for three key reasons:

  1. Power Fx is open source. The future of programming is open. Microsoft has embraced the pace of open innovation that has accelerated the adoption of languages like C# and Typescript. With Power Fx, we’re now bringing that same open approach to the low code world. Microsoft will open-source Power Fx, making the language available for open contribution by the broader community on GitHub.
  2. Power Fx is based on Microsoft Excel. Using formulas that are already familiar to hundreds of millions of users, Power Fx allows a broad range of people to bring skills they already know to low code solutions. Power Fx becomes a common ground for business users and professional developers alike to express logic and solve problems.
  3. Power Fx is built for low code. Power Fx is already the foundation of the Microsoft Power Apps canvas. We’ll soon extend its use across Power Platform to Microsoft Dataverse, Microsoft Power Automate, Microsoft Power Virtual Agents, and beyond, making it even easier for everyone to get started with low code tools.

For more information, please check below reference link.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform/power-fx/overview

https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/introducing-microsoft-power-fx-the-low-code-programming-language-for-everyone/

https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/what-is-microsoft-power-fx/

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