I think I have mentioned before, that I strongly recommend partners to use the extension model and create extensions, which can be published, installed and upgraded much easier then code customizations.
Having said that, I know that there are partners out there for who AL code customizations will be the right stepping stone towards adapting an extension model. Continue reading
A while ago, I added two functions to the ContainerHelper for using APIs on containers:
In the end, these functions are just invoking a REST method on the container, so why create a function for this? Continue reading
Now and then, I decide to blog about a version of NavContainerHelper. The version shipped today (0.6.4.1) is one of these. Continue reading
If you have been infected by Zombie containers, fear not – a cure is found. Continue reading
If you didn’t read this blog post: https://freddysblog.com/2019/04/13/running-tests-in-containers/, then please do so before proceeding. This blog post will only describe what’s new when running tests in 15.x containers Continue reading
Update – with the release of the public preview (described in this blog post: https://cloudblogs.microsoft.com/dynamics365/it/2019/09/04/business-central-2019-release-wave-2-preview/) the NDA has been lifted.
One month ago, we started making insider builds of wave 2 available on Docker and even though the insider builds are subject to a clear NDA, I still see people blogging about features in wave 2. Continue reading
With the release of NAV and Business Central images on Docker, a lot of people who are not familiar with Docker and Containers will be using Business Central on Docker. Continue reading