The Microsoft Power Platform family now includes Power Pages.
With Power Pages, you can create websites using the same shared business data that your organization uses to create apps, workflows, intelligent virtual assistants, reports, and analytics.
Microsoft Power Pages is a low-code, secure, enterprise-grade SaaS platform used to build, host, and manage contemporary external-facing company websites.
Power Pages gives you the ability to quickly build, configure, and publish websites that function flawlessly across web browsers and devices, whether you’re a low-code creator or a professional developer.
Power Pages gives you the tools you need to swiftly create websites that meet your specific business requirements, including rich, adaptable templates, a fluid visual experience through a rebuilt design studio, and a new, integrated learning center.
The Design Studio enables developers to swiftly build modern, data-centric corporate websites for desktop or mobile devices without writing a single line of code.
Thanks to recent updates intended to support low-code and no-code solutions, creators may now easily develop multi-step forms with document uploads using the Pages and Data Workspaces.
Among other improvements, the Styling Workspace now offers the possibility to write custom CSS.
The Templates Hub offers a variety of flexible, editable templates for website builders to choose from, including 16 new business solution templates with designs for managing registrations for after-school activities, processing building permits, and scheduling client appointments.
With templates for customer self-service, community self-service, and partner relationship management, you can also expand Microsoft Dynamics 365 apps to your clients, partners, suppliers, and vendors.
Website builders can choose from a number of adaptable, customizable templates at The Templates Hub, including 16 new business solution templates with layouts for obtaining building permits, handling registrations for after-school programmes, and scheduling client appointments.
You may also make Microsoft Dynamics 365 apps available to your customers, partners, suppliers, and vendors by using templates for customer self-service, community self-service, and partner relationship management.