Today , I want to explain a really cool feature, in order to improve performance of your app and make it “code” more tidier.
NB: This is Experimental Feature, as an experimental feature, do not use named formulas in production apps.
We can use App.OnStart to inizializiate variables, load data and do some operations. These actions my be cause slow starting of your application. Sometimes we use , for example hidden button to write “reusable” code.
Power Apps – Named Formulas are a powerful feature that allows you to create formulas with named parameters. This makes it easy to reuse complex formulas across multiple screens and controls in your app, without having to manually enter the entire formula each time.
With Power Apps – Named Formulas, you can store the formula once and use it throughout an App or even across multiple apps. You can also customize and adjust the variables within your named formulas as needed for different scenarios. This is especially useful when dealing with complicated logic, such as calculations on large datasets or complicated conditions like if/else statements.
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