Tip #1148: Use visual controls + calculated fields to create an in-form dashboard

Feet on a dashboard

Want to add some sizzle to you form configuration? Phil Dudovicz recommends using visual controls with calculated fields to create a nice looking dashboard in your Dynamics 365 Unified Interface form. The following is an example of an investor form that visually displays relevant investor data. Let’s take a closer look at how this is built: […]

Tip #1131: Add some vector finesse to your Unified Interface App

Calligraphy

We want our users to have confidence in the apps that we create and shove down their deploy. That’s not an easy task according to Steve “Mr SMB” Mordue who asks “How do we display our icon here, instead of puzzle piece in custom app? Puzzle Pieces do not instil confidence.” “That looks like a […]

Tip #980: Unified User Interface Myths

In Dynamics 365 v. 9, Microsoft is releasing a whole new interface called the Unified User Interface (UUI). This doesn’t mean that the Dynamics 365 Enterprise interface is going away yet, but it does mean that for certain types of users and applications, the interface is changing. Other bloggers have done a better job than […]