Microsoft’s Power Platform Copilot: How GPT is Changing App Development

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The announcement of Microsoft’s Power Platform Copilot has caused quite a stir in the tech community. Microsoft has a history of incorporating OpenAI’s innovations into their products like the Bing search engine, the Edge web browser, and Office 365, and is one of the largest investors in ChatGPT’s parent company. When it comes to app development, Power Platform Copilot may seem like a game changer, but what exactly is it?

The new GPT (Generative Pre-trained Transformer) feature, Power Platform Copilot, uses AI to aid programmers. Developers can easily describe the app they want to create in natural language using this feature, which is available in Power Apps, Power Virtual Agents, and Power Automate. Then, in a matter of seconds, Copilot can construct the app and offer suggestions for enhancement.

Power Apps allows programmers to use plain English to describe the software they wish to build. Copilot will build the data table and the business logic in addition to the UI code. If a user wants to “create a worker onboarding app, get new worker data, and share training content and learning modules,” Power Apps can do all of that in a single command to Copilot. The app can be tailored to the needs of the user by allowing the addition of new columns to the data table or the substitution of pre-populated data. If any issues arise while making the app, Copilot can suggest solutions.

The ability to develop automated processes with natural language is another feature recently announced by Power Automate. Power Automate Copilot, on the other hand, enables developers to build even the most intricate procedures with just plain English. In a conversational style, Copilot can optimize and update the process, letting users make any process without prior knowledge of Power Automate.

GPT functionality has been integrated into Power Virtual Agents. Users can link their Power Virtual Agents to the content, knowledge bases, and other data found on external websites by entering the website’s address. This paves the way for GPT to provide customer-facing Q&A support through the generation of answers. Instead of manually programming the robot’s steps, users of Power Virtual Agents Copilot can simply describe the process in a conversation. Companies can even create robots for internal use, such as answering HR’s frequently asked questions about content.

To sum up, Power Platform Copilot is a game-changer in the world of app creation. Developers can now use natural language processing to build apps processes, and robots with the help of GPT-based artificial intelligence. We’re excited to see what else can be accomplished in the future with the continued merging of AI and app creation, and this feature is a big step in the right direction.

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