Public availability of ‘PowerApps Component Framework’ – An important milestone for PowerApps and D365

This is going to be a game changer, think about the rich User Experience this can offer and the components are totally reusable, just like the solutions. Can't emphasize the importance further. It is currently only available for Model Driven Apps and availability of Canvas Apps will be coming soon. This blog is an introduction … Continue reading Public availability of ‘PowerApps Component Framework’ – An important milestone for PowerApps and D365

CRM 2015 – Sharepoint Integration using Custom Grid – Part 2 (extended)

Part 1 of this post covers the CRM-SharePoint (on-prem to on-prem) integration using a custom grid extensively. Anybody can build the integration in a couple of hours with the code snippets and details available in that. If you haven't read that post, I strongly suggest you go through it before reading this. This post is an … Continue reading CRM 2015 – Sharepoint Integration using Custom Grid – Part 2 (extended)

Set Classic Form (Legacy Web Client) as default in Dynamics 365 V9.0

Dynamics 365 has got amazing updates recently and it is not easy for anyone to keep up to date on these releases. From V9.0, Unified Interface replaced Classic Form as a default form. Unified Interface provides optimal viewing and interaction experience for any screen size, device, or orientation. The new Unified Interface brings all the rich … Continue reading Set Classic Form (Legacy Web Client) as default in Dynamics 365 V9.0

CRM 2015 – Sharepoint Integration using Custom Grid

I know that this is not the hot thing to be discussed in these days where we have fluid integration between latest versions of CRM i.e. Dynamics 365 and SharePoint or D365 with other document management vendors but still this might come handy when your client has the on-premise to on-premise integration between Dynamics CRM … Continue reading CRM 2015 – Sharepoint Integration using Custom Grid

Dynamics 365 Certifications: An overview on new Role-based Certifications and the Current Certifications (retiring)

There have been changes recently in Microsoft Certifications where the focus is shifted from Individual Technology based certifications to the Role-based Certifications. This blog post discusses the changes done in D365 Certifications. Here is the full list of Dynamics 365 Exams. Why Role-Based Certifications? In this age, IT teams are looking to fill roles with … Continue reading Dynamics 365 Certifications: An overview on new Role-based Certifications and the Current Certifications (retiring)