Tip #771: Dynamics 365 Developer Toolkit is available

Developer tools

Good news for the developers – after long delays and missed Visual Studio releases, Microsoft Dynamics 365 Developer Toolkit has been released as a free Visual Studio extension and is available for download. The first thing you’d want to do after the installation is to let the tool know where your tools live. Go to […]

Tip #592: Tipster guide to Deploying a Dynamics CRM Package

Last week we showed you how to create Dynamics CRM Package Deployer package using Visual Studio. In this week’s video we finish our series on the Configuration Migration tool and Package Deployer by putting the items we created together and walking though an install. Give us your feedback, all of it: good, bad, and ugly, […]

Tip #587: Tipster guide to creating Dynamics CRM Package Deployer package

Popcorn

Video Friday’s here, get the popcorn. In this video we show you how to create Dynamics CRM Package Deployer package using Visual Studio. Additional Information on creating a package can be found here. Give us your feedback, all of it: good, bad, and ugly, I’m sure we can take it. Suggest new topics either in […]

Tip #462: Waiting for developer toolkit

CRM developers have been patiently waiting for Godo CRM Developer Toolkit that works with something better than Visual Studio 2012. Now being two version behind, it does not look like it’s coming any time soon. The good news is that, acknowledging both the demand and the delay, the team has been releasing the most important […]

Tip #230: Ban the browse button

Adding assembly references

I like German words. Take, for example, Spießrutenlaufen. If you like me, and don’t speak a word of German, you know, just by looking, that the word means business, the word means corporal punishment. I often wonder if ignorance of the developers can be cured by introduction of Spießrutenlaufen for coders. Function is longer than […]