Speaker: Abe Saldana | (Local Time)
Dynamics 365 provides out of the box capabilities to integrate with Azure and Service bus services. Learn how easy you can integrate with Azure Service Bus Topics and Queues and extend Dynamics 365 Online to external applications
Upon completion, participants will learn how to configure Dynamics 365 online service endpoints and been able to send messages to Azure Service Bus, Topics and Queues, using tools and development integrations out of the box
Speaker: Joel Lindstrom | (Local Time)
In this session, MVPs Joel Lindstrom and Shawn Tabor will talk about common mistakes that Dynamics 365 configurators make when developing Dynamics solutions. Learn how you can avoid these common mistakes.
Speaker: Scott Sewell | (Local Time)
Join Microsoft MVP Scott Sewell for a webinar where you will see how Power BI is an amazing tool to surface the information from within the depths of Dynamics 365. Beyond the visuals, we’ll discuss connection strategies and compare PowerBI to other reporting and visualization features within CRM for best-fit scenarios. We’ll also explore calling Azure Machine Learning from within a CRM workflow as a surprisingly effective way to score leads and avoid being left underwater in unprocessed data.
Speaker: Sara Airgood | (Local Time)
Automating Business Process Stage Progression with Configuration
Recent improvements to business process flows allow stage transitions to be automated via workflow. Business Processes are now entities and can be referenced in lookups and referenced in Dynamics 365 workflows. Demo and explanation of how to automate Business Process Flow stage progression with workflows.
Speaker: Martin Kasban Tange | (Local Time)
TypeScript and Dynamics 365/CRM: Client-side coding done right
However, by utilizing TypeScript and its many benefits, implementing client-side logic becomes an easy and fast task to accomplish.
This is where the TypeScript equivalent of CrmSvcUtil comes into the picture: a tool called XrmDefinitelyTyped. Instead of generating early-bound .NET classes for server-side code, it generates TypeScript interfaces for all your client-side coding needs.
Just like early-bound C# classes enable developers to quickly and confidently write custom server-side logic, these generated TypeScript interfaces enable developers to do so client-side as well. Interfaces are generated both for implementing form logic, but also for interacting with the OData endpoints in a type-safe manner (both the old REST endpoint and the new Web API).