There have been a few subtle improvements to NAV 2018 compared to NAV 2017. While most of the improvement relates to behind the scenes in readiness for Dynamics 365 Business Central, here are a few key improvements to make life easier for the Finance user
In older NAV versions, developers and users(with required permissions) can view the table data by running tables directly from the Object Designer of NAV Development Environment.
But now with Business Central we have new Modern Development Environment for AL programming.
I’m using Docker quite regularly (well, if you find “pulling an image twice a day” is regular) .. and I have been using mostly these two repositories according my needs (for more info, look here):
“bcinsider.azurecr.io/bcsandbox-master” for the very latest version (the future release)
“microsoft/bcsandbox” for the current release
As you might have figured in quite some sessions, threads and posts, I’m quite fond running docker images on a remote Hyper-V on my laptop. From the moment it was described by Arend Jan, I’m using it. In my opinion, it’s a much better way to run, because Windows Server is so much better in memory management as Windows 10 is (in regards of Docker that is).
Last year I blogged about how to use the Text.BetweenDelimiters() function to extract all the links from the href attributes in the source of a web page. The code was reasonably simple but there’s now an even easier way to solve the same problem using the new Html.Table() function.