Microsoft's Modern App Designer for Model Driven Apps is in preview and arriving soon. This new editor is a complete overhaul of the editor you may be used to using for your model driven apps, which will soon be labeled the "Classic App Designer" and likely deprecated thereafter. Here are a few key changes coming with the new App Designer.
WYSIWYG Authoring Experience
Pronounced "wiz-ee-wig," WYSIWYG is an editor style in which the editor more closely represents the user-interface, where elements can be edited and changes can be seen immediately. WYSIWYG is an acronym for "what you see is what you get." This is a major departure from the Classic Designer, where the form editor looks completely different than what is rendered on the interface. This will make it much easier to modify your Apps and see the end result of your changes right away.
Native Command Bar editing
New Navigation options
Updating Navigation settings has never been easier with the new Designer. Now, you can easily hide and show default navigation options, such as the Home, Recent and Pinned selections. You can also now add areas and sub-areas, such as an entity, to your App all in one window.
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