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A teaser of the beautiful combination of Angular inside the NAV Client via Extensions that we’ll be building together:
You’re going to need Business Central setup, the web client functional, a development database, Visual Studio Code, all those fun basics from the Business Central side. For my development, this was using an On-Premise local sandbox Cronus database.
For Angular, you’ll need to install the Angular tools, which are outlined nicely at https://angular.io/guide/quickstart.
The overall process (this will become links as each post is added):
As a Bonus post, we’ll also cover how to handle resizes of the Angular model and how to get the Web Client to resize to reflect those changes.
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