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Join Us! Power BI Dev Camp: Thursday 25, August 2022 at 11:00 AM PDT – 12:00 PM noon PDT

Join us for Power BI Dev Camp on Thursday 25 August, 2022 at 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM (noon) PDT.  Ted Pattison from the Microsoft Power BI team presents this month’s topic:  Modern React-JS Development with Power BI Embedding

The React-JS developer community is currently migrating away from the classic React programming model with class-based components and lifecycle methods over to the more modern approach using functional components and hooks. This month’s Power BI Dev Camp session provides a quick primer on modern React-JS development and demonstrates how to create an SPA application with React-JS which calls the Power BI REST API and implements User-Owns-Data embedding. Along the way, campers will learn to use Material UI React components to build the UI experience and to authenticate users with Azure AD using Microsoft-recommended libraries (MSAL and MSAL-React) and best practices.

Attendee Prerequisites: Campers should be familiar with using TypeScript and programming the Power BI JavaScript API. Previous experience with React is recommended but not required.

Click here to join us at Power BI Dev Camp on Thursday 25 August, 2022 at 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM (noon) PDT.

To watch previous Power BI Dev Camp episodes, please visit the Webinars and Video Gallery – Microsoft Power BI Community and be sure to save the date for the 25 August, 2022 session!

Looking forward to seeing you at Power BI Dev Camp!

Best,
Kelly Kaye

About Kelly Kaye
Kelly is the Community Engagement Lead for Power BI at Microsoft who is passionate about the Power BI Community, is the founder of the Power BI Women User Group, MVP lead and Power BI developer.

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