Deploy your resource automatically from Visual Studio

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In most of my JavaScript client extensibility demos, I develop the whole content of my resource ZIP files inside Visual Studio. When I press F6, magically my NAV gets updated with the latest version of JavaScript that I just wrote. So, how do I do that?

Here’s the cookbook.

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Client Extensibility Demos

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On Monday, June 15th I have delivered another session in Microsoft’s Road to Repeatability series of online demos about technical NAV features, this time covering Client Extensibility. The session went…

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Server Extensibility Demos

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Yesterday, as a part of Microsoft’s Road To Repeatability program, I delivered a live meeting session about server extensibility in NAV in which I focused on certain areas of .NET…

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Automatically Confirm cmdlets

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Some NAV PowerShell cmdlets (such as Import-NAVApplicationObject) don’t have the -Force switch, and always ask for confirmation regardless of whether you include the -Confirm switch or not. To work around…

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Control Add-ins and Version Compatibility–Update

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Yesterday I posted a quick tip, which quickly got some comments about it being wrong. Since I know people who commented were unlikely to say something incorrect, I went to check on, because I myself experienced difficulties that made me write that post.

So, I analyzed to see who’s right and who’s wrong, or better yet – to see why different people might get different results.

Here’s the results.

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