Current sessions

ALM for CDS/Dyn365 using Azure DevOps Pipelines

In this session, you will learn how a basic ALM process for CDS/Dynamics 365 looks like. The beginning of the presentation will level all of us to a common understanding, for example Deployment options in CDS/Dynamics 365 (MDA).
After the session, you will have a basic understanding of how to implement an ALM process for CDS/Dynamics 365 (MDA) in Azure DevOps using the PowerApps BuildTools.


Introduction to Power Apps Component Framework

In this session, you will learn what Power Apps Component Framework is and how a basic control looks like. In the course of the presentation, we will build a demo PCF and I will give you some tips & tricks regarding PCF.
After the session, you will have a basic understanding of how to implement a PCF Control.


Advanced ALM for CDS/D365 using Azure DevOps

In this session, you will learn how about advanced possibilities in your ALM process like automated tests and other Quality gates. The beginning of the presentation will level all of us to a common understanding of for example Deployment options in CDS/Dynamics 365 (MDA) as well as a Basic ALM process.
After the session, you will have a basic understanding of how to add complexity to your ALM process for CDS/Dynamics 365 (MDA) in Azure DevOps using the PowerApps BuildTools.


Introduction to TypeScript for Dataverse

In this session, we will create a project setup for a TypeScript implementation to be used for Dataverse. This will include EsLint, Prettier, typings, react, tests, automated deployment, and more.
After the session, you will know how to set up a TypeScript project.


Getting started with Fiddler for Dataverse

In this session, we will take a look at fiddler and how it could be used to speed up your frontend development for Dataverse by injecting the local version of your web resources into your browser. This will eliminate the need of deploying them whenever you make changes during development.


Filling Excel file dynamically with Power Automate

In this session, you will learn how to dynamically fill an Excel file using Data from Dataverse and SharePoint as the temporary storage. The file will then be sent via E-Mail to the right recipient.


Creating a Teams status indicator light

In this session, you will learn how to create a teams status indicator light using NodeJS and a Raspberry Pi. In the course of the session, we will assemble the Raspberry PI and install all needed software as well as look at the NodeJS application.


Create a Dataverse Repository set up like an MVP

In this session, you will learn how to set up your Dataverse repository like an MVP. We will talk about the folder structure, plugin projects as well as TypeScript set-up. The structure will include places to store other parts like unpacked solutions or Azure components.


Set up Spkl for automated deployment

In this session, you will learn how to set up Spkl (task runner) to be able to automate your deployment. This includes deployment of Web resources as well as Plugins. We even take a look at a muti assembly set-up.