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Nick and Colin are joined by special guest Eugene Van Staden. Eugene, Colin and Nick discuss building a set of ALM/DevOps tools for PowerApps Portals deployments. Learn about the importance of healthy ALM, the available open-source tools and the challenges of applying automated DevOps to Portal projects.Show Notes and Links: Eugene’s contact info: email@example.com
https://github.com/hmdvs - Eugene will eventually post some of his templates and companion app samples there. 2019 State of DevOps Report https://puppet.com/resources/whitepaper/state-of-devops-report Andrew Vogel’s tools: https://www.powershellgallery.com/packages/Microsoft.Xrm.DevOps.Data.PowerShell/1.3.0 https://github.com/abvogel/Microsoft.Xrm.DevOps.Data Scott Durow’s Task Runner https://github.com/scottdurow/SparkleXrm/wiki/spkl Microsoft Doc’s Configuration Data Migration Tool https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/customer-engagement/portals/migrate-portal-configuration
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Today Dileep Singh, Principal Program Manager Lead from Microsoft, joins Nick and Colin to talk PowerApps Portals.
Links:Introducing PowerApps Portals https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/introducing-powerapps-portals-powerful-low-code-websites-for-external-users/ PowerApps Portals Pricing Update https://colinvermander.com/2019/08/29/powerapps-portals-pricing-update/ PowerApps and Microsoft Flow licensing FAQs for October 2019 https://docs.microsoft.com/en-ca/power-platform/admin/powerapps-flow-licensing-faq#will-powerapps-and-microsoft-flow-use-rights-change-for-dynamics-365-applications PowerApps Portals Release Overview 2019 wave 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6NPtZSMH0h4 Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dileep-singh-82b57317/
On this Episode of Refresh the Cache (brought to you by KingswaySoft), Colin and Nick play around with some of the new April ’19 release features.
Discussed in this episode:
Portal Maintenance Mode
OAuth Implicit Grant Flow
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Megan Walker is a CRM consultant with experience in web design, social media and marketing. She's a passionate blogger, writing about tips, tricks and ideas for non developer geeks.
This week Nick is joined by Megan Walker where we talk about the best way to a Dynamics 365/Power Platform career is through a degree in Hotel and Tourism management. We also chat about learning and best practices around Dynamics 365 Portals and dive into some of Megan’s recent blog posts and videos.
Links:http://www.meganvwalker.com https://www.youtube.com/user/meganvwalker123 https://twitter.com/meganvwalker https://www.linkedin.com/in/meganwalker/
- In this episode (brought to you by D365UG), Nick and Colin are joined by George Doubinski to discuss the Marketing Portal - did the Marketing Team go rogue?
Updated April 19 release notes:
Portals Training UG Summit Amsterdam
In today's episode (brought to you by D365UG/CRMUG), Nick and Colin take a deep dive into the portals announcements in the Business Applications Platform/D365 April '19 release notes.Portals get their seat at the table CDS portals Enhanced portal diagnostics Maintenance mode Submitting ideas for portal enhancements PowerBI embedded in portals Marketing and event portals Integration with content management systems
Links:April 19 release notes: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/business-applications-release-notes/april19/ Marketing Portals: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/customer-engagement/marketing/developer/event-management-web-application Colin’s blog: http://colinvermander.com/ Colin on Twitter: @koolin_ Nick’s blog:https://readyxrmblog.wordpress.com/author/nickdoelman/ Nick on Twitter: @readyxrm
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Today Nick and Collin are joined by Nikita Polyakov, Senior Architect with the Microsoft FastTrack group. Nikita talks about his experience working with D365 portals and steps required to be successful with D365 portals.
Topics discussed in this episode:Skills required to work with portals Customer challenges with portals Building domain experience with portals Setting realistic expectations with portals Scope of Microsoft support for portals Using other technologies with D365 portals When are other portals technologies a better fit than D365 portals? Microsoft investment in portals enhancements Designing with the user in mind Agile portals deployment
In this episode:Updates from recent D365 Saturday events Upcoming events Training resources for portals
Links:Microsoft Docs portal documentation: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/customer-engagement/portals/administer-manage-portal-dynamics-365 Dynamics Community: https://community.dynamics.com/search#q=portal&sort=&defaultAskForumId=0&pi56441=1&group=57&groupVisible=3 Create a trial: https://trials.dynamics.com Elaiza Benitez portal tutorials on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=benitezhere+portals Nick Hayduk's Engineered Code Blog: https://www.engineeredcode.com/blog/category/crm-portals
Got questions about portals for Nick and Colin? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are back with another episode about Dynamics 365 portals. This week Sheila Shahpari and Nicholas Hayduk join Nick and Shawn from D365 UG Summit in Phoenix.
Topics discussed in this episode:Portals news Best practices for portals implementations Document management and Power BI in portals Portals vs CMS New user editing experience Editing HTML content snippets Are Canadians too nice?
Refresh the Cache (brought to you by D365UG) was recorded live from the show floor at Microsoft Ignite! Our guests are Dileep Singh, Sr. Program Manager – Microsoft Portals Team & Smith Codio, Program Manager – Microsoft ISV Success Team. We cover many questions provided to us from listeners such as:How will portals align to the future of apps/CDS? What is being done to continue to improve performance? Is there OData v4 compatibility for entity list OData feeds? …and more!
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Welcome to the first ever “collectors edition” of Refresh the Cache - the Dynamics 365 Portals Podcast (brought to you by Maplytics by Inogic)! Microsoft MVPs Nick Doelman and Colin Vermander join Shawn Tabor and talk aboutWhat is "Refresh the Cache" all about? Who are our hosts? The End of ADXStudio v7 Strategies for migrating Simple upgrade Refactoring Community Portal October ’18 Release Notes Configuration Migration Embed PowerBI visualizations Restrict Portal access by IP address Manage SharePoint Documents Simplified Customization Self Service portal diagnostics
Upgrading ADXStudio portals v7x to XRM Portals Community Edition
XRMToolbox Portal Records Mover
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