Control Add-ins Supercharged: Development and production build tasks

I’ve been absent for a while – sometimes it’s difficult to find time for blogging even when I want it. Anyway… here’s the last post in the introductory series of posts that explain my NAV TechDays 2019 demos. In this code example, I explain the difference between typical development and production build configurations, and I show how to configure gulp accordingly.

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Creating Games in Microsoft Dynamics NAV / Business Central using Control AddIn in AL

In this blog, I’m attempting to demonstrate a proof of concept as How To Create Third-Party Apps, Games and Integrate it in Business Central using Control AddIns, Javascript and CSS.
Also, this blog illustrates how to port any javascript apps and games to Microsoft Dynamics NAV / Business Central.
In this case, I have created a simple JavaScript Game and will be showing how to make it compatible with Business Central using Control AddIn.

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Better browser support for Control Add-ins in Dynamics NAV

Microsoft Dynamics NAV uses a .NET web browser control to display Javascript control add-ins. This is great, but .NET by default chooses to use a rather ancient version of Internet Explorer (IE7?) to handle this. This creates, in some cases, an less than optimum user experience.

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Coffee Break: Use the PowerShell Runner Add-In

In this post we will look how to run your Windows PowerShell scripts using your favorite application: Dynamics NAV . This can be done using .NET Framework libraries, but Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2016 also released an add-in called PowerShellRunner (found in service add-in folder).

Bron : Dynamics NAV Team Blog
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