In this talk, I will show you how to write client-side code for D365 - and enjoy it. I will show how TypeScript and XrmDefinitelyTyped work together to ensure that controls you access are on the form, and helps you interact with them. I will show how to make queries to D365 through the Web API - in a type safe manner.
Throughout the demonstration I will show you a one-click web resource synchronization script, as well as a way of testing your web resources locally with Fiddler and Imposter.
Magnus Gether Sørensen
As a Computer Scientist and Engineer, that loves to improve the way I work, I push the limitations of the xRM SDK daily. My goal as a developer for xRM is to make the developer experience easier for my colleagues. I do this by creating developer tools. Thus, I have gotten the nickname xRM Tooling Wizard. My goal is to bring best practices from both the academic- and real world into the world of Business Applications - and where else applicable.