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I have learnt a lot from developer guide for on-premise version here at https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/customerengagement/on-premises/developer/overview but I cannot find anywhere the developer guide for the online version of D365. I was thinking may be there isn't one but then there must be articles/blog comparing the different approaches a developer would have to take when using to online version as opposed to on prem. Any help would be greatly appreciated. thank you!
I would suggest you to create crm online trial instance so that you could learn every OOB features.
https://trials.dynamics.com Here you can create crm online trial instance.
Is there any developer guide for OOB just like there is for on-prem version?
Developer experience for Online is pretty the same as On-Prem one but as a reference you can start here - docs.microsoft.com/.../
There is no major difference in docs. However, I would recommend to read from Docs.microsoft.com & create trial version for hands on experience.
Online is changing & updating really quickly so maintenance is really high.
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