The messy extensibility visibility

First of all, let me apologize for the tongue twister. It could well be a title for TBBT. A small joke for this Christmas holidays. I hope you and your loved ones spend a good time together.

Now back to it. In my post about actions in lines I talked about how to integrate actions between the fields of a list. This way the user could have a ‘shortcut’ for repetitive tasks.

Source : Business Central Geek
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Updated Keyboard shortcuts for Dynamics 365 Business Central Release Wave 2

Of all the places where I have seen the printable keyboard overview, all of them have only included the system shortcuts.

What about the shortcuts that were included in Dynamics 365 Business Central Release Wave 2 application?

Source : Aphorisms about Microsoft Dynamics NAV
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Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central 2019 release Wave 2: Full keyboard shortcut support

Now Wave2 blogging is allowed, there are many topics that I want to share with you .. really, a lot. Time is not on my side – I’m in full preparation for Directions and NAVTechDays, so let’s see.

Today, while working on my SaaS-deployment-pipeline in DevOps with ALOps, I DID find the time to say a few words on one of the topics I’m quite excited about: Shortcutkeys in the webclient, or in other words: full keyboard shortcut support!

Source : Waldo’s Blog
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NAV TechDays 2018 Demos: Keyboard Shortcut Listener

While Waldo and I were preparing the “Evolution of the Titan” session, on Sunday before the conference, we were brainstorming the ideas of what would constitute a cool non-visual JavaScript demo. I wanted to showcase the things that JavaScript can do for you in control add-in context, but a less obvious thing. Everyone is expecting to see some cool visual demos, but I wanted to point out the vast possibilities in the non-visual area.

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