Microsoft released a new Power BI component for web applications developed using Vue.js last month. Today, the tech giant has unveiled improvements for the data analytics platform as well as additional features for other applications in the Power Platform.
As a result, there are a few improvements in the service, including a feature in the Power BI Desktop ribbon, that might increase response times when dealing with large datasets in DirectQuery mode. Finally, Azure Analysis Service customers will be able to migrate to Power BI Premium with greater ease, in a "cost-effective migration."
Power Apps - upgraded earlier this year to become integrated into Teams - is getting new features in a preview. These include:
Microsoft Dataverse is also getting a new release. This will allow users to create tables that showcase external data through simple to set up connections with external services such as an Excel workbook in OneDrive. The update will be making its way to the community in the form of a preview early next year.
Power Pages was first conceived as a standalone platform at Build 2022. The low-code development and hosting platform has now been made generally available as well. Updates in the last few months which are included in the latest release include a new design studio, 16 additional template options, and a learning hub with various tutorials. A further modification has also been simplified to monthly, capacity-based subscriptions, as opposed to the previous model based on daily sign ins and page views.