Here are my favorite new and unique Microsoft Dynamics 365/CRM (and related) tweets for today, filtered using Microsoft Azure Logic Apps, Functions and Flow.
Have a great day!
New post on developer tools blog Lambda Architecture using Azure #CosmosDB: Faster performance, Low TCO, Low DevOps #Azure #Dev #VisualStudio #DeveloperTools
Just figured out a way to reduce loading time when using odata endpoints in #powerbi, as well as work around the $select limitations. It's A LOT faster than usually #MSdyn365
Please vote on this idea to get a fix for select queries in odata v4 in #powerbi #msgraph #msdyn365 @crmchartguy @ScottDurow @rappen @jukkan
Did you know that you can call #AzureFunctions from your business logic running in #AzureLogicApps. Makes it so much easier to separate business logic from technical logic and also share the responsibility for managing these.
Here's why I think 365Saturday events are great and will get even better: #dynamics365saturday #dynamicscrm #crmcommunity
#msdyn365 XrmToolBox Plugin for the Online Management API Updated: After fixing a few bugs, and introducing a couple more features, we’ve released the first “official” (i.e. non-beta) release of our XrmToolBox Plugin for the Online Management API .…
Here's an interesting read on Azure Storage for Serverless .NET Apps in Minutes by @jeremylikness #AzureFunctions
FetchXML Builder is a powerful tool! If you are afraid of what your users may find out in your system - you can relax. It will soon be possible to restrict which @XrmToolBox tools are allowed to run on clients. Read more:
People often ask me about what are some "real" use cases for #MicrosoftFlow. Here @PNWAdventureGuy describes an internal use case where we helped out a partner team automate their business process across many systems.