A while back, I showed how to put an app on AppSource. I used an exchange rate downloader that was coded in an earlier video as the example app. The app was using a free service on the internet that has disappeared. So in this video, I show how I’m converting the app into using a different service, floatrates.com.
Tag Archives: AppSource
It’s time for Microsoft to step up their AppSource Security Game
With AppSource maturing and we’re passing 1700 apps for Business Central, it’s time to think about app security. How does a customer see what tables, events and resources an app will be using? How does a customer stay in control of their data and system? In this video, I’m showing a prototype of how one aspect of how to improve app security.
Implement an Interface in AL to extend a Business Central App in AppSource
In this video, I show how to extend an AppSource app using the new Interface object type. The Cloud Replicator from E Foqus is built around an interface, making it possible to add support for new databases.
Let’s put an App on AppSource Part
The saga continues, another day, another failed submission, this time it’s a BC version issue. If you’re new to this series, the story starts here and continues here.
Let’s put an App on AppSource – Part #3
The adventure continues, in this episode we’re meet with a submission error I have never seen before.
Let’s put an App on AppSource – Part #1 (and #2)
In this video, I’m putting an app on AppSource. Going through all (well most) of the steps. Follow along as I try to get the openrates.io integration packaged up for AppSource and watch me try to fill out all the information required to submit an app.
Update apps installed from Appsource in Business Central Online with Powershell
This post will show you how you can update apps installed from the Marketplace in Business Central Cloud with Powershell.
In the example below, powershell will be used which will invoke the APIs needed to update the APPs installed from the marketplace. For convenience I added a couple of functions to the BCContainerhelper to make it more convenient, in this way we can take advantage of the token management already present in the module, placed in GitHub.