PL-400: Microsoft Power Platform Developer

Length: 5 Day(s)     Cost:$3650 + GST

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Candidates for this exam design, develop, secure, and troubleshoot Power Platform solutions. Candidates implement components of a solution that include application enhancements, custom user experience, system integrations, data conversions, custom process automation, and custom visualizations.



  • Candidates must have strong applied knowledge of Power Platform services, including in-depthunderstanding of capabilities, boundaries, and constraints.
  • Candidates should have a basic understanding of DevOps practices for Power Platform.
  • Candidates should have development experience that includes Power Platform services, JavaScript, JSON, TypeScript, C#, HTML, .NET, Microsoft Azure, Microsoft 365, RESTful Web
  • Services, ASP.NET, and Power BI.

Validate requirements and design technical architecture

  • design and validate the technical architecture for a solution
  • design authentication and authorization strategy
  • determine whether you can meet requirements with out-of-the-box functionality
  • determine when to use Logic Apps versus Power Automate flows
  • determine when to use serverless computing, plug-ins, or Power Automate
  • determine when to build a virtual entity data source provider and when to use connectors

Design solution components

  • design a data model
  • design Power Apps reusable components
  • design custom connectors
  • design server-side components

Describe Power Platform extensibility points

  • describe Power Virtual Agents extensibility points including Bot Framework skills and Power Automate flows
  • describe Power BI extensibility points including Power BI APIs, custom visuals, and embedding Power BI apps in websites and other applications
  • describe Power Apps portal extensibility points including CRUD APIs and custom styling

Configure security to support development

  • troubleshoot operational security issues
  • create or update security roles and field-level security profiles
  • configure business units and teams

Implement entities and fields

  • configure entity and entity options
  • configure fields
  • configure relationships and types of behaviors

Implement application lifecycle management (ALM)

  • create solutions and manage solution components
  • import and export solutions
  • manage solution dependencies
  • create a package for deployment
  • automate deployments
  • implement source control for projects including solutions and code assets

Create model-driven apps

  • configure a model-driven app
  • configure forms
  • configure views
  • configure visualizations

Create canvas apps

  • create and configure a canvas app
  • implement complex formulas to manage control events and properties
  • analyze app usage by using App Insights
  • build reusable component libraries

Manage and troubleshoot apps

  • troubleshoot app issues by using Monitor and other browser-based debugging tools
  • interpret results from App Checker and Solution Checker
  • identify and resolve connector and API errors
  • optimize app performance including pre-loading data and query delegation

Configure Power Automate

  • create and configure a flow
  • configure steps to use Common Data Service connector actions and triggers
  • implement complex expressions in flow steps
  • implement error handling
  • troubleshoot flows by analyzing JSON responses from connectors

Implement processes

  • create and configure business process flows
  • create and configure business rules
  • create, manage, and interact with business process flows by using server-side and clientside code
  • troubleshoot processes

Apply business logic using client scripting

  • create JavaScript or Typescript code that targets the XRM API
  • register an event handler
  • create client-side scripts that target the Common Data Service Web API

Create a Power Apps Component Framework (PCF) component

  • describe the PCF component lifecycle
  • initialize a new PCF component
  • configure a PCF component manifest
  • implement the component interfaces
  • package, deploy, and consume the component
  • configure and use PCF Device, Utility, and WebAPI features
  • test and debug PCF components by using the local test harness

Create a command button function

  • create the command function
  • design command button rules and actions
  • edit the command bar by using the Ribbon Workbench
  • manage dependencies between JavaScript libraries

Create a plug-in

  • describe the plug-in execution pipeline
  • design and develop a plug-in
  • debug and troubleshoot a plug-in
  • implement business logic by using pre and post images
  • perform operations on data by using the Organization service API
  • optimize plug-in performance
  • register custom assemblies by using the Plug-in Registration Tool
  • develop a plug-in that targets a custom action message

Create custom connectors

  • create a definition for the API
  • configure API security
  • use policy templates to modify connector behavior at runtime
  • expose Azure Functions as custom connectors
  • create custom connectors for public APIs by using Postman

Use platform APIs

  • interact with data and processes by using the Common Data Service Web API or the Organization Service
  • implement API limit retry policies
  • optimize for performance, concurrency, transactions, and batching
  • query the Discovery service to discover the URL and other information for an organization
  • perform entity metadata operations with the Web API
  • perform authentication by using OAuth

Process workloads

  • process long-running operations by using Azure Functions
  • configure scheduled and event-driven function triggers in Azure Functions
  • authenticate to the Power Platform by using managed identities

Publish and consume events

  • publish an event by using the API
  • publish an event by using the Plug-in Registration Tool
  • register service endpoints including webhooks, Azure Service Bus, and Azure Event Hub
  • implement a Common Data Service listener for an Azure solution
  • create an Azure Function that interacts with Power Platform

Implement data synchronization

  • configure entity change tracking
  • read entity change records by using platform APIs
  • create and use alternate keys