Creator kit overview (preview)
[This article is pre-release documentation and is subject to change.]
- This is a preview feature.
- Preview features aren’t meant for production use and may have restricted functionality. These features are available before an official release so that customers can get early access and provide feedback.
The Creator Kit helps you create Power Apps experiences on the web and mobile platforms with easy-to-use sample controls and components. The kit contains a component library, several commonly used Power Apps component framework controls, and other utilities that increase developer productivity.
All controls and components included in the kit use the Fluent UI framework to help you easily create consistent, beautiful, and effective user experiences for custom business applications.
Before you download and install the Creator Kit, ensure that you enable code components in your environment first.
You can view the code in the latest version of the Creator Kit in the GitHub repository.
The Creator Kit is a Microsoft Power Platform managed solution that contains the following components:
- Reference canvas app
- Template starter apps (canvas app and model-driven app custom page)
- Component library
- Code components
- Fluent design theme editor
Although the underlying features and components used to build the kit (such as canvas components and Power Apps component framework) are fully supported, the kit itself represents sample implementations of these features. Our customers and community can use and customize these features to create apps with Power Apps in their organizations.
If you face issues with:
- Using the kit, report your issue at https://aka.ms/Creator-Kit-Issues. Although this kit isn't supported by Microsoft Support, you can reach out with support requests for any related, underlying platform or feature problems.
- The core features in Microsoft Power Platform, use your standard channel to contact Microsoft Support.
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