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Top 10 Interview Questions for React #react #interviewquestionsandanswers

In this video, we will cover some common React interview questions and their answers to help you prepare for your next React developer job interview. React is a popular JavaScript library for building user interfaces, and its demand is on the rise in the job market.

We will start with some basic questions like “What are the advantages of using React?” Then, we will move on to more advanced questions such as “What is the virtual DOM?”

By the end of this video, you should have a better understanding of React and be more confident in your ability to answer React-related questions in a job interview. However, keep in mind that this is not an exhaustive list of questions, and the interviewer may ask you more specific or challenging questions based on their project or company’s requirements.

Experimental Release of ParseJSON function in PowerFx

Microsoft has announced the experimental release of our ParseJSON function, which can parse JSON strings into Power Fx objects and types.

Mode details can be found here:

Improve monitoring of Dataverse plugins using Application insights

Microsoft has publicly announced the general availability of the Application Insights for the Dataverse Plugin.

More details are available here:

Improve monitoring of Dataverse plugins using Application insights | Microsoft Power Apps

Announcing Power BI Angular Component

Microsoft has announced a new component library for the Power BI which will work with the Angular Framework.

The Angular component is now live and available on npm and GitHub.

Check out the sample code below to see how to get started embedding Power BI in your Angular application.


import { PowerBIEmbedModule } from 'powerbi-client-angular';
@NgModule({imports: [ PowerBIEmbedModule]})


    [embedConfig] = {
            type: "report",
            id: "<Report Id>",
            embedUrl: "<Embed Url>",
            accessToken: "<Access Token>",
            tokenType: models.TokenType.Embed,
                settings: {...},
    [cssClassName] = { "reportClass" }
    [phasedEmbedding] = { false }
    [eventHandlers] = {
        new Map([
            ['loaded', () => console.log('Report loaded');],

The full code and instructions can be found in the Power BI Angular README.

If you want a glance at the look and feel of the new component, you can check out our demo application here.

The app demonstrates the complete flow from bootstrapping the report, to embedding and updating the embedded report, as well as setting events and enabling report authoring.

You can find instructions on how to run the demo in the demo section of the Power BI Angular README.

That’s all for this post. We hope you found it useful.

We’d love to hear more from you! Have any feedback or a great new feature in mind? Please share it with us or vote in our Power BI Embedded Analytics Ideas forum.

Reference Link:

DEMO Link:

How to Install/Update/UnInstall SharePoint Online Management Shell

To start, I will always recommend to install cmdlets by using PowerShell since it will easier when there is an update because you don’t need to download the .msi.

Execution Policy

Get-ExecutionPolicy #Check the current ExecutionPolicy 
Set-ExecutionPolicy -ExecutionPolicy  Unrestricted

SharePoint Online Management Shell


Install-Module -Name Microsoft.Online.SharePoint.PowerShell

Check the current version:

Get-Module -Name Microsoft.Online.SharePoint.PowerShell -ListAvailable | Select Name,Version


Update-Module -Name Microsoft.Online.SharePoint.PowerShell


Uninstall-Module -Name Microsoft.Online.SharePoint.PowerShell

PnP PowerShell


Install-Module SharePointPnPPowerShellOnline -Force
#Force will force to install the latest version

Check the version:

Get-Module SharePointPnPPowerShellOnline -ListAvailable | Select-Object Name,Version | Sort-Object Version -Descending


Update-Module SharePointPnPPowerShellOnline


Uninstall-Module -Name SharePointPnPPowerShellOnline


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