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I was reading this blog post from the CRM Lady
Turbo Forms in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 (v7.1.0)
The article points to some good resource learn more about the new turbo forms.
The article from the CRM Team has a wealth of interesting information and lots of healthy warnings for you
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online 2015 Update 1 – New Form Rendering Engine
What are the new turbo form
Microsoft have been doing lots of tinkering how the CRM forms are rendered. This graphic shows the effect
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When I saw the graph above my first thoughts were
How did Microsoft Improve loading times
I will quote the article
There are 2 main changes that have been made: loading process of the form, and handling of cache.
The article indicates they have moved to parallel loading and are caching more data.
I noticed a new section appeared in the mdsn article Write code for Microsoft Dynamics CRM forms
Manage library dependencies
There is a quote in blade runner
Replicants are like any other machine. They’re either a benefit or a hazard. If they’re a benefit, it’s not my problem.
There is a system setting which contains a global setting to control which form loading style you use.
Settings -> Administration -> System Settings -> General. Select “Yes” under “Use legacy form rendering”
In a perfect world it would have been great to have a entity setting rather than a global setting for the form rendering.
I thought I would write about this because it could effect a lot of people and I never spotted this change until today.
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