For the last 2 years we have had the Hands On Lab (https://aka.ms/cicdhol) in a few iterations using Azure DevOps as the platform. Latest revision was published a few weeks ago.
There are however multiple platforms for DevOps out there and I wanted to investigate the functionality of Github, which also is part of the Microsoft family and probably the biggest provider of devops services to developers in the world.
Only a few days have gone since releasing information about how to run Business Central in docker using artifacts and already a lot of people have tried this out and a lot of people are looking into changing their CI/CD pipelines to use artifacts.
This is part 5 of a blog post series. Part 1 contains all the prerequisites, part 2 is about cloning the project and get your sandbox environment up running, part 3 is about build agents, and building your project in Azure DevOps and part 4 is about branch policies and working with VSCode and Git. Continue reading →
This is part 4 of a blog post series. Part 1 contains all the prerequisites, part 2 is about cloning the project and get your sandbox environment up running and part 3 is about build agents, and building your project in Azure DevOps. Continue reading →
If you haven’t read part 1 and part 2, you should do so before continuing here. Part 1 contains all the prerequisites and part 2 is about cloning the project and get your sandbox environment up running. Continue reading →
When developing customizations for Microsoft Dynamics NAV, we have been used to have object modifications and source code stored in the database. A lot of partners have setup pools of databases with all their customer solutions. A lot of partners have developed mechanisms to use source code management by exporting the objects as text and using delta and merge tools – in general, partners have found a way to work with the complexity of code customizing NAV. Continue reading →