Improve the user experience by giving developers more control over how and when a user interacts with Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) within a page.
From the Web API, you can set up new accounts, delete or update records, and more. Interact with the Microsoft Dataverse for enhanced functionality and a better user experience.
CDN/ Web Application Firewall
A Content Delivery Network (CDN) is a network of servers that let you deliver your website content to users. All Power Pages sites can have a CDN and Web Application Firewall enabled to increase efficiency.
Files that a user might need to access for the page can be stored in one of Microsoft’s many CDN servers. However, there are some restrictions on which files can be stored there. Any page that is not accessible by anonymous users will not be stored in the CDN and all page-specific files will be fetched from the site directly.
Web Application Firewall is powered by Azure Front Door using the default profile. This means that out of the box, your site will have rule sets to prevent potential security breaches. It protects against attack methods such as cross-site scripting that could be used to attempt to gain access to restricted areas of the site. To use this out-the-box functionality, you must first set up the site using the CDN.
At ThinkShare, we can support you in the creation of engaging internal or customer-facing sites with Power Pages. Schedule an appointment with one of our expert consultants to discuss your needs in more detail.
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