Just a quick update to say that all of my Visual Studio extensions are now on the Microsoft Visual Studio Marketplace, and are available to download and install direct from Visual Studio.
Visual Studio Marketplace
Simply go into the
Tools menu and choose Extensions and Updates, select Online and search for me, James Hall. My extensions are the top two in the list.
In theory, if you install them this way, you should get notified of when I update them.
I have decided to release my Visual Studio Template for Microsoft Dynamics. This allows you to quickly create a Solution within Visual Studio that holds separate projects for keeping your assemblies, web resources and data organised.
Microsoft Dynamics Visual Studio Template
Its incredibly useful, in my opinion, and works wonderfully well alongside my CRM Utilities extension as well.
Today I have released an update to the CRM Utilities for Visual Studio 2017 extension.
Reorganised the menu structure so that the Generate Class options are now grouped together.
Generate Class options menu to allow a custom namespace and class name to be used when generating the class files to represent the Dynamics Entities.
Redesigned the Connection dialog to make it look better, and to include a hyperlink to the instruction pages on this blog.
Please note this feature is only available in the Visual Studio 2017 version. This version may still install on VS2015, although I have not personally tested it.
Welcome to my new redesigned Dynamics CRM Blog. My intention is to keep this more up to date than I previously had.
Hopefully this site will become a useful source of information regarding Microsoft Dynamics CRM