It’s high time I blog about this. Those who are on Mac and use MS Word for Mac, this is going to be real time saver. Let me brief the issue first
This week saw the release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015, six months after the release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 R2. Dynamics GP 2015 introduces over 120 new features, all of which have been covered recently over at Inside Microsoft Dynamics GP , the official blog of the Microsoft Dynamics GP Product Management & Marketing teams. This new release also introduces a first round of Service Based Architecture operations, geared toward enhancing the product integration capabilities, and the ability for developers to expand into areas such as mobile applications, cross-platform applications, cloud-based applications and services, among others.
In my previous article (see Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 Developer’s Preview: Dexterity Service Patterns – Part 4 ), we discussed the merits of the Wrapped Window pattern and how it can save time by avoiding refactoring of complex business logic embedded on Dexterity forms. I also provided an intro on the Decoupled Logic pattern and why this is the preferred method for exposing Dexterity services as it provides the best performance. However, we also came to the conclusion that refactoring is only feasible in cases where decoupling the business logic from the UI will yield a reasonably increase in performance, without negatively impacting development and product release timelines
I take a pause in my Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 Developer’s preview series to bring something fun before the Thanksgiving holiday here in the United States. Hopefully you find this trick very cool and enjoy it in your workplace.
November 13, 2014 After a good 3 days of conference sessions (both attending and delivering), I have to say this event has been very special to me. Being able to catch up – yes, catch up! – with old (and not so old) time friends is probably one of the best experiences of this particular reIMAGINE 2014 event. At Hector International Airport (FAR) Gate 1 As I sat at Gate 1 at Hector International Airport, looking out at the snow dusting collected on the tarmac (a stark reminder as to why I don’t live in these latitudes), I reflect back on days past to highlight the following: 1.
Oh goodness, what happened last night ? Well, it’s true that if you are going to party into the wee hours of the morning, you must still get up to go to the conference and so I did. Today was the first full day of breakout sessions, but David and I won’t start our first session until the afternoon
November 10, 2014 After my pleasant trip to Fargo on the previous day , it was time to check in and complete the registration process with the lovely ladies from Dynamic Communities . It helps to have a reputation in the community as my badge was handed to me without showing an ID