While the whole world is facing pandemic issues, most of us are stuck at home with a lot of free time to spare. It is a great chance to use this time productively and wisely by improving your expertise and knowledge in Microsoft Dynamics NAV / 365 Business Central area. Looking at the bright side, while staying at home a lot of experts are spoiling us with very informative and handy content. To keep you motivated through the hard times, Simplanova‘s team picked the top 5 articles on Dynamics NAV / 365 Business Central by S. Demiliani, Waldo, Kauffman, and Andre Arnaud de Calavon to read for self-improvement. If you discovered great sources as well, don‘t hesitate to share it in the comments.
- Dynamics 365 Business Central and the new Microsoft Application “proxy” app by Stefano Demiliani
In this article, Stefano Demiliani reviews the Microsoft_Application.app file that Microsoft has silently introduced. This is an empty app that acts like a “proxy”. In his article, he talks more in-depth about what it does, and what can be created with it. Find the full article here.
In this short blog post, Waldo continues Jack Mallender‘s idea on a new command as part of the extension. He explains how you can simply call the command, provide the searchstring, and look at the result in the search window. A useful tip that will save you tons of time!
- Codeunit API’s in Business Central by Kauffmann
In this blog post, Kauffman will review an undocumented feature that already exists for a couple of years. As the author claims, Microsoft uses this feature themselves in the Power Automate Flow connector for approvals. As mentioned before, this feature is undocumented and officially unsupported, but Kauffmann hopes it is going to be turned into an officially supported feature. Read more about it here.
- The New Life with an App-based ERP of Dynamics 365 Business Central by Stefano Demiliani
In Simplanova‘s new blog post, Stefano Demiliani discusses how Dynamics 365 Business Central has extremely changed the partner’s habits in creating and distributing their ERP solutions. Go and have a read on a detailed article of The New Life with an App-based ERP here.
- CHANGED TRIAL ENVIRONMENT FOR DYNAMICS 365 FINANCE AND OPERATIONS by Andre Arnaud de Calavon
In this blog post, the changes in the new trial environment options are reviewed. Now you can try them out on the Microsoft Dynamics 365 applications Finance, Supply Chain Management, and Commerce. The author reviews not only new options but also gives a list of limitations to the reader. Have a quick read here.
We hope that you will find our picks useful. It contains everything from a more technical side to the more end-user experience. In this time, it is a great opportunity to enhance your competences and come back as a stronger and more skilled professional. Also, as mentioned at the beginning of the blog post, don‘t forget to share any hidden gems with us in the comments!