Tip #1195: Your D365 V9 On Premise Questions Answered

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We had a chance to check out Dynamics 365 v9 On Premise, and in the process answered some of our lingering questions. Does v9 On Premise have Unified Interface? Yes — Unified Interface is included in V9OP. You can create new model driven apps and select between web and classic UI. Note it is the […]

Tip #1058: Connect to version 9 in your code

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This tip is courtesy of Matt “SDK Deity” Barbour to make sure that we (developers) can stay connected to our beloved instances regardless of the version. Before copying the write-up almost verbatim, short version: tl;dr TLS 1.2 is now enforced so, for seamless connections to your version 9 instances, use the latest SDK tools and […]

Tip #1013: Include attributes that are not there

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New Developer Guide, as it turned out, contains a lot of useful nuggets, little enhancements that make developer’s life much easier. How many times did you need some field values for the use in javascript but didn’t really want to include the fields on the form? Something like lattitude and longitude, for example. Would it […]

Tip #1012: Developer Guide of the Future says hello

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According to the timestamp on the page, it is the future because, as of the time of writing, there is no place on Earth where 31st of October is a reality. Developer Guide for Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement, version 9.0, the release formerly known as July 2017 Update for Dynamics 365 (online), is now available […]

Tip #1002: Benefits of the UUI to PC users

Recently we posted about Unified User Interface (UUI) myths. Much of that, and other discussions, have focused on the additional goodies the UUI will bring to mobile users. But the benefits also go the other way–web/PC users of the Unified User Interface (UUI) will finally be able to use some of the “mobile only” functionality […]