Yesterday, a very good webinar on Preview of Development Tools for Microsoft Dynamics NAV has been delivered by NAV Skills and team. If you haven’t got chance to attain it then you can find full recording of this session on YouTube.
Many thanks to @LucVanVugt, @MarkBrummel, @DanielRimmelzwaan,@Waldo and @ErikHougaard for sharing such a good knowledge base.
With Dynamics 365 for Financials which shares platform capabilities with Dynamics NAV Microsoft is introducing a new development platform. This webinar introduces the concepts and shares experiences about the preview.
Looks very promising future of Microsoft AL in Visual Studio Code…
Today, Microsoft announced the new tools to build extensions and apps in and for Dynamics NAV. This December preview is meant as an appetizer and way for you to try out what we have so far.
The tools that you’ll be using come in two flavors and both are available in preview from today.
The in-client designer
Make an extension in the client itself. Business consultants and UX designers will love using this drag-and-drop interface. Rearrange fields, rename groups, and reposition elements to build a perfect extension to support an industry-specific solution or implement a business process optimization.
Visual Studio Code
Use the AL Extension for NAV in Visual Studio Code to build powerful extensions based on tables, pages, and codeunits using the new objects: Page Extensions and Table Extensions. Follow this route to build rich extensions that reuse and extend core business logic in your application.
Start here: http://aka.ms/navdeveloperpreview
You can get a free 30-day trial from https://azure.microsoft.com/free/
Some more links,
Getting Started guide
Object overview and AL language changes
GitHub bug branch: https://github.com/microsoft/al/issues
Last week Microsoft launched code sample HelloWorld repo for developing extensions to Dynamics NAV. This is just a overview of how we will develop in future using #VisualStudioCode. This repo contains AL language code samples for developing extensions on the Dynamics NAV platform.
Some screens from AL language code sample.
First public preview is available now and you can download it from https://github.com/Microsoft/AL The full version of this new Visual Studio Code development environment is available on this Christmas. Mean while you can download the sample and stay updated…
We have been waiting for the announcement of general availability of Microsoft Dynamics 365—including our “edition of choice” Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Financials. Here it is available from 1 November 2016: https://community.dynamics.com/b/msftdynamicsblog/archive/2016/11/01/microsoft-dynamics-365-now-generally-available
Dynamics 365 delivers significant new capabilities across all application areas
Technical resources for Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Financials
It’s here. The first look at the next generation of intelligent business applications in the cloud.
Use digital intelligence to reimagine what’s possible for your business. Dynamics 365 unifies CRM and ERP capabilities into applications that work seamlessly together across sales, customer service, field service, operations, financials, marketing, and project service automation. Start with what you need, add applications as your business grows. Rethink what’s possible for your business when you:
- Better engage customers
- Empower employees
- Optimize operations
- Reinvent products and business models
You can see full launch video here:
It will be available just one week after general availability of NAV 2017. But, this availability will be for US and Canada region only.
Since last 2 days, from event #NAVDirections USA lots of news are coming about #Dynamics365 and #MSDYNNAV2017.
Yesterday there is an announcement about General Availability of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2017. Yeah it’s official now will be available on 24th October 2016. And Dynamics 365 for Financials Shortly after it.
Yes you heard it right…!!! Visual Studio Code for Development in NAV.
In NAV 2017 Extensions, you can add Reports, Queries and XMLports.
And last but not least, Design Mode for Pages in WebClient.
Stay tuned for much more in future…