We are thrilled to introduce our new preview feature: Copilot in Power Pages for Visual Studio Code desktop. Copilot is designed to assist with coding as users edit their site code in Visual Studio Code desktop. This is facilitated through a natural language chat interface. Users can use Copilot in Power Pages to explain the desired behavior of their code.
- Webpage customizations: generate HTML components and add styles to your pages.
- Web Template: generate HTML templates.
- Liquid: generate liquid code to add dynamic content in Webpages or Web Templates.
- FetchXML: Get help with writing FetchXML to query data from Dataverse.
- Web API: Generate code for Power Pages Web APIs to Create/Read/Update/Delete Dataverse records.
- Content Snippets: Get help with writing reusable content blocks across multiple pages.
- Provide feedback: Use feedback option to share your input and suggestions.
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Copilot in Power Pages for Visual Studio Code desktop marks the introduction of a highly interactive coding experience. This forward-thinking design brings coders and their code closer by allowing them to describe what they expect of their code. With Copilot, coding has become more user-friendly and intuitive than ever before.
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Copilot in Power Pages is a new feature for Visual Studio Code desktop to provide coding assistance while editing site code. You can use Copilot to communicate the expected code behavior using natural language chat interaction. This feature allows you to get help for coding tasks such as debugging, code refactoring, code completion, and code formatting. You can also take advantage of the built-in AI-based intelligence to get automated suggestions on how to improve your code. Additionally, Copilot can provide links to relevant documentation for various coding tasks. Copilot will also suggest relevant snippets of code that you can use to quickly complete your coding tasks. Finally, Copilot provides a secure environment where you can discuss coding tasks with other developers without leaving Visual Studio Code.
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