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PowerUp your PowApps with PCF Components

PowerUp your PowApps with PCF Components

Early this year I discovered an announcement about PCF components for the Power Platform. What does this mean? Can I create own powerful components in TypeScript and React, import them into my PowerApps, and add new functionality? Can I perhaps even bypass limitations of standard controls? This all sounds promising, and you know I’m incredibly curious. What more can I say, PCF Components have definitely peaked my interest! As soon as I realized that this preview feature was available in…

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Upload files into your Azure Storage with Dynamics 365 Business Central

Upload files into your Azure Storage with Dynamics 365 Business Central

This open source library uses the Azure Blob Service from Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central to access your storage account, containers and blobs. See also here: Blob Service REST API Disclaimer: …please keep in mind, this example does not cover every aspects and is provided “AS IS”. Feel free to improve, contribute, use this API as an inspiration or contact me, if you have some ideas 😉 Authentication In each scenario, authentication is in my opinion the hardest challenge. Azure Blob Service API is an important service…

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A MSDyn365BC API for Azure IoT Hub API

A MSDyn365BC API for Azure IoT Hub API

IoT is an important part of our current technology. With Azure IoT Hub we are able to start as quick as possible. This platform allows to connect, configure and manage IoT Devices, IoT Edge Devices, Device Twins, Configurations and much more. My example show the integration of IoT Hub functionality in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central by using the IoT Hub Rest API. Well you might do this in CAL or C/Side, but I want to show the future and with MSDyn365BC I use the new…

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Xmas Blog Posts

Xmas Blog Posts

Why not to include the great blog posts from “Counting down to the holidays with daily blogs” from Microsoft into Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central? This was the question and in this repository you find an answer. In my example I want to focus on usage of some of the new datatypes: List Dictionary In CAL you you have imported the ‘BAD’ .NET Framework to use these datatypes. In Microsoft AL they are included – and this is good! Disclaimer This example is provided “AS…

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