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Dynamics Weekly #76

Welcome to Dynamics Weekly! Microsoft Build 2019 was held last week, it is a developer conference bu
Dynamics Weekly #76
By Guido Preite • Issue #76 • View online
Welcome to Dynamics Weekly!
Microsoft Build 2019 was held last week, it is a developer conference but Dynamics 365 and Power Platform made their appearance, you can find more details in this post by MVP Jukka Niiranen: Building The Platform for Every Developer.
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Articles
New feature released: Quick Book in URS
Adding Forms Pro Survey Entities To A D365 App
Qualify Lead in Dynamics 365 through the Canvas App with Microsoft flow
Tools & Code
Negotiating the CDS/CRM/Xrm Plugin Trace Log Length Limitation
XrmPortalJS: A JavaScript library for Microsoft CRM Portals
From CRM views to Datacards using PCF
Videos
Where did Flow come from? Power Platform Upacked #6
Where did Flow come from? Power Platform Upacked #6
Sprinkle some DevOps on your PowerApps & Dynamics 365 CE projects - BRK3093
Sprinkle some DevOps on your PowerApps & Dynamics 365 CE projects - BRK3093
Automatically update the stage of a Business Process Flow
Automatically update the stage of a Business Process Flow
Podcasts
Refresh the Cache: CDS portals and maintenance mode - CRM Audio
Microsoft Flow compose vs. variables, outages, and creating planner tasks - CRM Audio
Other interesting articles
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