New product alert: Build on Power Platform faster with Resco Power Components

New product alert Resco Power Components

We are adding a new product to our portfolio – Resco Power Components for the Power Platform. The first batch will be released at Resco Next, our community conference, and will be generally available in June.

Resco Power Components are designed for app creators to make building business apps on the Power Platform faster and easier.

They are made for consultants, developers, and solution architects—who craft model-driven and canvas apps for their clients in low-code / no-code. Code components allow app makers to add a wide range of functionality to their apps immediately without needing to wait for and budget for custom code from developers.

This makes project delivery more efficient, letting app makers digitize processes quickly and be more productive with ease.  

What are Power Components?

Power Components are code components (PCF controls) that give app makers the ability to extend and customize applications built on Power Platform. They are downloaded once as a solution, installed in an app maker’s environment, and can be deployed across various projects.

Based on popular demand, we have selected the first batch of essential tools – an image gallery, Kanban board, video player, signature area, multi-select dropdown list, and a calendar picker. The full library will be presented at the Resco Next conference in Vienna this June and made publicly available shortly after.

The Resco Power Components are customizable, meaning that app makers will be able to use them for more than one use case. Instead of having to code components in JS from scratch, app makers will be able to use our components and configure them as they need to without needing to code. Using the configuration section doesn’t require code knowledge.

Each code component can be used for different business use cases. For example, you can use the Kanban board for managing tasks or to build a sales funnel – depending on the data you map it on.

Working with a well-managed library of code components takes care of security concerns as well as maintenance issues. We plan to develop the components continuously, extending their features where needed and adding more components to the library.

Benefits of using Resco Power Components:

  • Speed up project delivery to clients
  • Save costs on developer hours and custom coding
  • Guarantee security, quality, and future compatibility of code
  • Build components compliant with Power Apps licensing

We will present the first batch of Resco Power Components at Resco Next in Vienna. Get your ticket to our community conference before registration closes on May 17.