Microsoft Power Pages is a secure, enterprise-grade platform for creating, hosting, and managing modern business websites with little to no code. It is part of the Microsoft Power Platform family, which also includes Power Apps, Power Automate, Power BI, and Power Virtual Agents.
When to use Liquid
On the surface it might not be as easy to find uses for liquid code. One of the main benefits is that it allows you to add or swap out different components on your webpage. Say there are two different account forms, and you want to swap them out based on the account type. We can easily do that with Liquid. We can also add buttons to pages that require more logic than you could otherwise do with the built-in features. Another use case is to insert content snippets to a site which allows users to really organize their web templates. While these are just a couple examples, the options are quite large. Overall, if you want to do anything beyond the scope of the Dataverse form liquid will be your best bet. Microsoft also has a lot of great info on it to help you along the way.
Microsoft's Liquid Overview: https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/power-pages/configure/liquid/liquid-overview
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