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About one month ago during the Dynamics 365 Business Central April ’19 release launch event in Microsoft Italy, I’ve presented a technical session to partners about how to start moving their existing solutions to AL and extensions. We saw practical tips and problems that you could find during this step and in the following weeks many partners asked me lots of questions about these topics.
I’ve summarized my personal 10 tips/rules/best practices (give them the name you want) that you need to have clear in mind when start moving your solutions to extensions (and also when you start an extension project from scratch). You can find the full article about that on Simplanova website here.
I encourage you to read the article and start thinking. Feedbacks are always welcome
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