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Tired of developing in Visual Studio 2015? You feel you’ve been left and forgotten in the past? Worry no more, you can use Visual Studio 2017/2019 to develop Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Finance & Operations! What are the advantages? Absolutely none at all! Visual Studio will still go non-responding whatever the version is because it’s the dev tools extension what’s causing the issues. Of course we get the option to use Live Share, and for…

If you ever need to consume a SOAP web service from Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations, the first step you should take is asking the people responsible for that web service to create a REST version. If that’s not possible this post is for you. I’ll use this SOAP web service I found online at http://www.dneonline.com/calculator.asmx for the example, it’s a simple service-calculator with four methods to add, substract, multiply or divide two integers.…

I’ve been a X++ developer for almost 10 years, that’s the 100% of my professional career, excluding internships. During these 10 years I’ve seen the product evolve and, in my opinion, the last three years with #MSDyn365FO have been the most exciting by far as I’ve said several times. The move from the notepad-like MorphX to Visual Studio, Azure DevOps and the asset upload and release tasks make me feel like a real software developer.…

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