Articles of the week

Why understanding abstractions can help you write better code

“It is not that uncommon for the cost of an abstraction to outweigh the benefit it delivers. Kill one today!”
(John Carmack)

CRM 2015 – How to decompile a plugin Assembly (DLL)

This article looks at how to decompile plugin code…

And the REST…

Data Integration

Get Faster and Simpler Update/Insert Transactions Using SSIS

This article show you the way how to update and/or insert records using SSIS

Customized Error Handling in Scribe Online

Microsoft Dynamics CRM versus Salesforce.com

What’s the difference between Dynamics CRM and Salesforce.com? This article provides the most important differences.

Dynamics CRM Support with Windows 10, Edge browser, and Office 2016

With the release of Windows 10, all Dynamics CRM releases including CRM 2011, CRM 2013, and CRM 2015 currently support Windows 10 for use with the web client. The supported browser is Internet Explorer 11…

Queue question and the difference between community work and putting food on the table

Run Dialog in CRM 2015 Easily from JavaScript Library

On-Premise Data Refresh in Power BI

Adding JavaScript to Quick Create Forms in CRM 2015

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 has a new feature called Quick Create form. Users are able to add javaScript code to the form. This post provides more detailed information how to do that…

Automatic record creation or update rules in Dynamics CRM 2015 SP1

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 – Upgrading from SOAP to REST JavaScript call

Content Delivery Network for Microsoft Dynamics CRM

Books…

Building Dynamics CRM 2015 Dashboards with Power BI

This book is intended for all Dynamics CRM 2015 users—administrators, managers, business analysts, or report writers who are new to creating dashboards using Power BI and Dynamics CRM. It would be helpful to have a basic knowledge of the Dynamics CRM 2015 platform, but no prior experience is required.

Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015 Unleashed (pre-order)

This book presents start-to-finish guidance for planning, customizing, deploying, integrating, managing, and securing both cloud and on-premise based versions of Dynamics CRM…

The CRM 2013 Field Guide Volume Two: How to CRM like an MVP with Dynamics CRM 2013

Having the CRM Field Guide by your side is like having the “hotline” to the industry experts. When you hear the term Field Guide you likely think of nature; identifying key plants or animals in a new and exciting place. Obviously this book is not that type of a guide…

Inside Microsoft Dynamics Marketing

Inside Microsoft Dynamics Marketing is an in-depth introduction to the functionality provided by Dynamics Marketing, the new Microsoft solution for marketing professionals. Marketing managers, media buyers, agencies and other marketing professionals can evaluate the capabilities of the product and understand the details of how Dynamics Marketing can be used in their professional practice. It will also be useful for power users and IT professionals as a practical guide for getting started with the product, from purchase to user setup to business configuration and daily management.

CRM Mobile Survival Guide: All you need to know to survive the ever changing mobile world with Dynamics CRM

The book you wish you had before your first CRM mobile project.
In the constantly evolving world of mobile devices there are some best practices we all should know. In the CRM Mobile Survival Guide you’ll learn those best practices and comparisons between the top platforms and their offerings with Dynamics CRM.