Overloading Methods With JavaScript Control Add-ins

Switching from C# to JavaScript to develop your control add-ins might get you scratching your head more often that your scalp, or nails for that matter, might be happy with.

One of those is overloading. In C#, this is a no-brainer:

However, when you want to do that in JavaScript, if you are not a JavaScript developer, making this work is not as straightforward as a regular JavaScript Joe would find it.

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Passing JSON from JavaScript to C/AL

Yesterday, I said I was closing this year of blogging, but I wasn’t really. Closing a year with 39 posts, and leaving a question lingering, wouldn’t be too fair, would it? If you read my last postabout how to pass objects from C/AL to JavaScript, you must have wondered if it’s possible to also pass objects from JavaScript back to C/AL.

Wonder no more. It is. And here’s how.

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NAV TechDays 2014 Pre-conference goodies

So, NAV TechDays 2014 have started, again, with the pre-conference sessions that were all sold out and packed full.

Today I had an extraordinary pleasure to teach the advanced .NET Interoperability concepts to 15 people that came from all over the world, from Brazil to Australia. It was an interesting workshop, challenging – I must say (thanks to Rafael who made me improvise a solution to a typical DotNet limitation), and I am looking forward to delivering two more sessions about .NET and Control Add-ins tomorrow, and on Friday.

As promised, I am making the materials from the presentation available for the download, in case you want to learn the same stuff the attendees learned today.

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