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Quickstart your D365/NAV Connect API usage: Use Azure Container Instances to go serverless and let ALRunner generate your client
You might have seen one of the presentations where Microsoft showed their idea of future NAV-based applications: It can be either a Connect App (just [...]
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 [...]
How to connect Visual Studio Code with NAV 2018
Last couple of days, I got a number of questions from people that all came down to the same issue: how to set the correct settings in the launch.json so [...]
Use the VS Code Docker Extension with a remote Docker host
If you are a NAV developer working with Docker containers and the new dev environment aka VS Code (or for that matter anyone using Docker containers and VS [...]
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 [...]
Why I like where Dynamics NAV / 365 currently is
I usually write about specific technical problems and their solution but this will be a more general post. I was at Directions NA this year and saw the [...]
Docker Tips for NAV Development Preview September Update
A few days ago we got a new NAV Development Preview from Microsoft. As Waldo already explained on his blog, a lot has changed this time. Well, I’m [...]
AL Web Service Examples
A few weeks ago, I posted about AL support for REST Web Services. And at the end I promised to convert the previous posted web service examples to AL code. [...]
Convert Base64 with AL code
A couple of weeks ago, I was trying to write web service examples in AL code for VS Code. Unfortunately, at that time, it was not possible to call the [...]