“Saved Views” and “Notes”, these new BC features (long time available in Windows Client and now in BC Release 2 Preview) are always requested and needed from my Customers. Knowing that these two features will soon be available is great for demos and allows you to eliminate the windows clients forever.
The Model-View-Controller (MVC) architectural pattern divides the apps into three main components: Model, View and Controller. The MVC pattern lets you create simpler apps to update and test against traditional monolithic apps.
Queries and Views are two very interesting objects for Business Central, that can be used for various purposes. As both can be used, I point out the differences and the ways of using them with a couple of examples.
In NAV is possible to save and publish filtered pages as VIEWS, this feature was introduced some years ago and is a very useful feature, with this feature users can extract a lot of information, you can retrieve filtered data in simple way (…reducing reporting effort).
I just experienced a case where Client want to see a common list Page in NAV where he can see a data which is basically a combination of multiple Tables. Though it’s achievable in NAV but you need to write a bulky code on the page which eventually turns off the Performance.