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.

Source : Olister Rumao’s Blog
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Step by Step Guide to JavaScript Control Add-in

JavaScript control add-in allows custom controls and visual elements for displaying and modifying data way beyond what you can accomplish with standard Dynamics NAV / 365 Business Central framework. While .NET development is dropped in Dynamics 365 Business Central extensions for web, JavaScript steps up to take its place. In this article, we will go step by step with increasing complexity on the basics of Dynamics 365 Business Central JavaScript add-in.

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Six Sigma Control Charts in Power BI

I have had a couple of requests for help during my live training classes and online training classes on how to build a Six Sigma Control Chart. Now I am not professing to be a Six Sigma black belt, but I do know how to write DAX and I do know how to use Power BI. So here goes. This is what I am going to build.

Source : Excelerator BI
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Using Font Awesome icons in control add-ins

This post has been long overdue. I’ve had it in my to-do list for nearly four years now, but it always ended up in the not today category. Funny how many times I’ve implemented it already, and how many times I’ve presented this, and I never ever found a few minutes to create a demo repository and a blog to come with it. So, here we go.

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