Monday, June 18, 2018

MSDYN365BC - Introduction to VS Code Editor.

Hi all,

In the last article, we have downloaded and setup Business Central Image using dockers & Powershell.

If you are new to this series you can read old articles in this series using this Table of content Page.

In this article, we will discuss New Code Editor which will be required as we go forward to coding using that.

Open Visual Studio Code.


Saturday, June 16, 2018

NAVUG PODCAST - Microsoft MVP Interview June 2018.

Hi All,

I attended UG Focus conference in Indianapolis in May 2017.

I got an opportunity to be a part of a  podcast together with Gunnar and Erik while we were at the UG Focus conference in Indianapolis.

We discussed great stuff about future of Business Central and the community.

The podcast was moderated by great Mark Rhodes.

Thanks, NAVUG for inviting for the Podcast.

Recording of the Podcast is available in SoundCloud. Tune in to Soundcloud and listen to the recording and let us know how do you feel about it.

Regards,
Saurav Dhyani
https://saurav-nav.blogspot.com

Monday, June 11, 2018

MSDYN365BC - Setup Business Central.

Hi All,

In the last article, we installed dockers & Visual Studio Code for windows.

Next step is to download the Business Central Image using dockers and in future articles, we will start hacking or customizing Business Central.

If you are new to this series you can read old articles in this series using this Table of content Page.

Wednesday, June 6, 2018

MSDYN365BC - Install Visual Studio Code.

Hi All,

In the last article, we installed dockers for windows. Most of us know that for coding in Business Central on cloud version we will require to use Visual Studio Code.

We all know that is future, I will leave it to you if you plan to ignore it but that is a clear Roadmap for the product in future. Even Business Central on-prem will allow customizing using NAV Developer environment I think its time we change our mindset and start using Visual studio Code.

In this article, we will discuss installation of Visual Studio code that we will use in future articles to customize business central.