When you get used to it, working with the CLI for Docker / Windows Containers is quite easy but having a GUI is more convenient, especially for newcomers. A very good GUI for Docker / Windows Containers is Portainer, which is free and you can get services and support from the company behind it.
In the last blog, I started video series about how to start using VS Code for AL projects.
Today I continue with video How to create new AL project in VS Code and connect it to NAV
As most of you (I think) I started my career with C/AL. What is Visual Studio I heard only from other “real” developers 🙂 Well, I tried it a long time ago in university, but to use it in my professional life – never.
And now we have … Visual Studio Code. I remember my first feelings: fear that all c/al experience will be lost. But the world is better place, than we think about it sometimes. And with Visual Studio code, we got AL extension for it.
Last year, we took the first steps towards proper on-line help for our add-on. Before, we had always had documentation in the form of Microsoft Word and PDF files on a network share, but the new system, based on the NAV Help Server, was intended to provide an easy-to-find, uniform, multi-language-enabled, extensible, searchable source of information for both our consultants and end-customers.