PowerBI desktop September update has added the functionality of custom ( pages ) tooltips also to card visual.
This adds another great option for us to help users with instructions, explanations, calculations & more.
Sometimes, just when you think you are getting the hang of the DAX language, something happens that completely baffles you. Such events can cause you to doubt your own learning and progress. But let me assure you – this happens to EVERYONE at sometime or another. In this article I am going to show you one such baffling situation, and then explain what is really happening.
In order to exercise in the new NAV Modern Development Environment I thought to implement a comparison of two sorting algorithms directly in Visual Studio Code AL Language: Insertion Sort and Merge Sort.
Most of the sorting examples over the internet are using arrays, but the issue with arrays is they have fixed length that needs to be declared upfront. Of course I didn’t like this even if it is just an example with educational purpose. Or someone maybe will use it also for a real situation, we’ll see.
Last week I had the chance to do something I have not done before: build a Power BI report to be displayed on a big screen hanging on a wall. To make up for the loss of user interactivity, I used the new Drilldown Player custom visual to cycle through different selections and display a new slice of data every few seconds; Devin Knight’s blog post here has a great summary of how to use it.