BI-RoundUp – Power BI (Working with PowerShell in Power BI – Deprecation of Custom Visuals API 1.1)
Here is the weekly BI-RoundUp and at least this week it will be a quick read!
Power BI – Working with PowerShell in Power BI
I am not going to go into great detail here, due to Kay giving a detailed explanation how to use the PowerShell cmdlets.
What I will say is that after reading through the above blogpost and with the Power BI Team creating the PowerShell Modules, this means that you can install the module for Power BI, which will then allow you to leverage all the module items. I have been using PowerShell for a while and having the modules is a lot easier to use and get out the data you want.
I suggest reading through the blog post below, as I am certain there is something you will learn and can use in your organisation.
Blog Post link: Working with PowerShell in Power BI
Power BI – Deprecation of Custom Visuals for API 1.1
As shown above there will be a deprecation of support for the Custom Visuals API version 1.1
This will happen from 01 September, so I suggest people who have got old Custom Visuals read this blog post with the links on how to upgrade their Custom Visuals
Here is the blog post: Announcing the deprecation of custom visual’s API version 1.1 and older