5 New Development Features In Business Central 2022 Release Wave 2

In this post, you will learn about 5 of the new development features in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. These new features will be available from the 2022 Release Wave 2 (BC21). Until the general availability in October 2022, you can test them on the preview release.

Source : Business Central Geek
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Using AAD authentication for development against a Business Central container

Since a long time, it is possible to use Azure AD authentication in your Business Central OnPrem environment, whether containerized or not. But what isn’t possible – or at least is documented as impossible – is to use AAD authentication when developing in VS Code and publishing extension, downloading symbols, debugging etc.. If you are like me and get annoyed very quickly if you have to do things that aren’t exactly necessary (and not fun…), you were probably as frustrated as I that this seemingly easy option to avoid juggling with users and passwords wasn’t available.

Source : Tobias Fenster
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Extension Development for Non-developers for Dynamics 365 Business Central

A lot of people using Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central want to learn how to develop and publish an extension on their Business Central tenant.

What drives this is that in the old Dynamics NAV, the users are able to easily add fields onto a page even if they’re not developers. Now that they’ve upgraded to Business Central, it’s not as straightforward. For people that are not developers, we want to give the ability to add fields on to a page back in their hands.

Source : Confessions of a Dynamics 365 Business Central Consultant
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