Category: xRM Portals Community Edition

xRM Portals Community Edition Alan

xRM Portals CE now using StyleCopAnalyzers

When Microsoft released the Dynamics 365 Portals source code, one of the additions they’d made to the codebase was to use StyleCop, a tool to assist in automatically analyzing C# code for the adherence of coding style rules. StyleCop rules are run during build of a project, and rule violations are reported in the Visual […]

xRM Portals Community Edition Alan

Project ideas for xRM Portals CE

The first week of xRM Portals Community Edition has come and gone, and I’ve been thinking of some next steps to take with the project to make it useful and relevant to those who would like to use and/or contribute to it. GitHub has a projects feature where you can keep track of plans and […]

xRM Portals Community Edition Alan

Early days for xRM Portals Community Edition

I had the priviledge of performing the first commit of xRM Portals Community Edition to GitHub shortly after the one-time code drop by Microsoft, and within a few short days it’s exciting to see this project taking on a life of its own. The biggest surprise so far has been the small but notable number of people […]