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  • Blog Post: Microsoft Dynamics Mobility and HTML5 ~ the future of Web Apps

    CRM MVP Jim Wang is an application architect at Computer Sciences Corp ( CSC ) talks about some of the changes and opportunities available though HTML5 . For more see our supported browsers and devices . Microsoft Dynamics CRM Mobility enables workforces to have access to their Dynamics CRM/ERP data...
  • Blog Post: Introduction to Programming Models for Microsoft Dynamics CRM

    Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 offers several programming paradigms designed to give you the flexibility to decide what works best for your needs. An early-bound entity data model has been added that includes an "object services" layer that integrates with the stack and exposes entity values as...
  • Blog Post: Introducing @xRMVirtual ~ Providing Developers an Edge

    So what is @xRMVirtual anyway? xRMVirtual is a developer user group run by a couple of Dynamics CRM MVPs, Julie Yack and Shan McArthur . I know, that sounds great, but what does it MEAN? Our user group exists simply to spread the word and the knowledge on using Microsoft Dynamics CRM as a viable...
  • Blog Post: Metadata Browser for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011

    People have been asking “Where is the metadata browser in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 ?”. For those of you who don’t know what the original metadata browser was, see Metadata Browser . The original metadata browser was removed from CRM 2011. I’m happy to announce that the latest update to the Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Announcing Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 SDK Update 5.0.1

    We’ve just updated the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 SDK to version 5.0.1 – you’ll find it live on both the download center and on MSDN . We’re continuing to add new topics and samples, and expand on what we’ve already got. Let us know how we are doing: Send Feedback For a complete list of changes, see...
  • Blog Post: New Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 Whitepaper for ISVs and Developers

    CRM MVP Julie Yack announces the release of her current whitepaper for tech nerds. Julie blogs regularly at The never boring life of me . Looking for details on Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 and how it applies to you as an Independent Software Vendor (ISV), a technical decision-maker and/or a developer...
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