The XrmToolBox Integration Tester tool primarily helps tool developers validate any integration scenarios where other tools call their own tools.Continue reading “XrmToolBox Integration Tester”
Ever since I started working with development, I have both created and consumed libraries, frameworks, utilities and snippets to simplify and streamline my code. The methods to include this code have varied a lot; from simply copy-pasting code to linked files to private NuGet servers with build automation, full CI/CD etc.Continue reading “Git Submodules in Visual Studio”
Read all about the UML Diagram Generator tool that generates PlantUML files from your Microsoft Dynamics 365 / Common Data Service metadata:Continue reading “NEW Release: UML Diagram Generator”
The community of developers for Microsoft Dynamics 365 / CRM in general and for XrmToolBox in particular is a great bunch of people. But I wish there were more of us – the more the merrier ?
The D365 Saturday phenomenon with pro bono speakers at a full day event, free of charge for participants, has spread like wildfire over the last couple of years.
The connection to the XrmToolBox is obvious:
- Both were started by CRM heroes (Raz for the Saturdays and Tanguy for the toolbox).
- Both are driven by a passion to share and a love for the platform.
- Both do these things without any ambition to “get rich quick” (or ever).
I got an idea to combine these two phenomena.Continue reading “We create XrmToolBox tools at Dynamics 365 Saturdays!”
Last Saturday some 100+ experts, partners and user of Microsoft Dynamics 365 met up at the Microsoft offices in Stockholm, Sweden for a day packed with content at the Dynamics 365 Saturday event.
I delivered two sessions at the event, and in one of them I took on a somewhat challenging session called
Continue reading “We created an XrmToolBox tool at Dynamics 365 Saturday Stockholm!”
Let’s build an XrmToolBox tool!
On August 7-9, the first ever Virtual Summer Camp for the Dynamics 365 platform will take place.
During this free event the D365UG offer some 30+ sessions with focus on Customer Service and Field/Project Service.
I will be doing one of a few cross vertical sessions, where I discuss and demonstrate some useful XrmToolBox tools that help customizers, administrators and users with information analysis and enhancing the capabilities of the system.
Below is a description of my session – enjoy and make sure you sign up! Click the link: D365UG Virtual Summer Camp