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My new Kindle eBook “NAV Modern Technology – Notes”
My new Kindle eBook “NAV Modern Technology – Notes” Hi guys, My new Kindle eBook “NAV Modern Technology – Notes” will [...]
NAV 2018 and related environment best videos
NAV 2018 and related environment best videos Addendum to my course “NAV 2018 What’s New & New Technology – Fast Tracks” [...]
Creation of Reports using AL Extension in Microsoft Dynamcis NAV Development Preview
Nice post from CLOUDFRONTS about the creation of reports through AL Extensions “This blog demonstrates the creation of Reports through extensions in [...]
Generating AL objects from JSON
As interacting with WebServices, especially JSON/REST based WebServices, becomes more and more important, it was very good to see that the new NAV dev [...]
The different AL Extensions versions for Visual Studio Code
A common question asked these days is why there are different versions of the AL Extensions for Visual Studio Code. With this post I try to explain what [...]
Configuring Visual Studio Code to Use Modern Development Environment with Dynamics NAV 2018
After installing Dynamics NAV 2018, I want to configure Visual Studio Code with Dynamics NAV to use new Development tool. Before we [...]
NAV 2018 & New Technologies Technical Workshop, Milano, 14 Dicembre 2017
Get Skilled Series: NAV 2018 & New Technologies Technical Workshop, Milano, 14 Dicembre 2017 Eccoci, a breve distanza dal lancio di NAV 2018, si [...]
How to connect NAV on Docker to an existing SQL database (quick and dirty)
When Freddy Kristiansen, Jakub Vanak and I talked about NAV on Docker at NAV TechDays, the first two questions from the audience were „can I connect [...]
C/SIDE+C/AL Vs VS Code+AL
Hi followers! … almost a year of New Development Environment! … and is still in preview ! About Vs Code & Microsoft Al I had already [...]
Optimize CI build on AppVeyor with a multi-stage image
Part of the appeal of Docker as part of a CI/CD pipeline is the idea that you have identical dev, test, qa and prod images or at least as close as possible [...]