It was already announced in the Power Platform 2023 Release Wave 1 and since last Thursday, February 2, 2023, it has become available in preview. I am referring to the new look-and-feel for Model-driven Apps.
Last year, I already posted a LinkedIn post in which I discovered that there had been an improvement in the UI of Model-driven Apps. This turned out to be part of the 2022 Release Wave 2.
The design is based on Microsoft’s Fluent UI Framework, which is also used in office applications such as Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. However, this improvement goes a step further than what was announced last year. This time, elements such as controls, command bar, header, navigation, and grid views have also been tackled. In this blog post, I will make a comparison for each element and share my thoughts on it.
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