In video II of the azure functions series, we make an Http request to send the content of an image in form of a stream, grey scale it and return a response. The stream response updates the image to a gray scale. We used .NET DLL libraries within our Azure Function app.
As you probably have heard, Microsoft has launched long-awaited certificates (MB-820 exam) for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central developers. In order to achieve the certificate, you have to have knowledge in designing, developing, testing, and maintaining solutions based on Dynamics 365 Business Central.
Last week, I had an conversation with my colleague Natalie Karolak. She faced a unique challenge: replacing an event-driven feature with interfaces. Her goal was to provide a template for end-users to implement every necessary function while ensuring the possibility of executing multiple implementations of the interface.
It is fairly common practice to use Number Series to generate a key field value for a table in Business Central. This is very convenient, but do you know how slow it is? Let’s try to look at examples and performance measurements, talk about Number Series and Allow Gaps, as well as Number Sequence.