MS Dynamics CRM by default is integrated with Bing maps. You can add Bing maps on any entity you want. You can enable or disable the feature in the Settings > Administration > System Settings area. But if you want to integrate Google maps in Dynamics CRM on Accounts and Contacts entities, you can do so by … Continue reading Google Maps Integration with Dynamics CRM
I described what the term "XRM" means in my last blog post. In this post we will see why should anyone use MS Dynamics XRM as a platform for developing their business application. Extending Dynamics CRM functionalities and using it as XRM the biggest benefit that the Microsoft Dynamics CRM platform comes with a number of in-the-box … Continue reading Why should I use XRM?
There are a couple of different definitions for XRM. One is that the “x” stands for extended, as in extended relationship management. The other definition is that the “x” is a variable, and means “anything” relationship management, such as partner relationship management, constituent relationship management, employee relationship management, etc. Microsoft Dynamics CRM is platform and … Continue reading Dynamics xRM, a whole other world of opportunity
CRM Developer Toolkit is the standard way for development and customization in MS Dynamics CRM. You can find basic information about the toolkit in this post. Prerequisites for Installing CRM Developer Toolkit: For successfully installing the Toolkit, you must have; Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Professional or Microsoft Visual Studio 2012. - Express editions of Microsoft … Continue reading How to Install CRM Developer Toolkit
Dynamics CRM is built on Solution Framework that allows customizing the application from frontend without any programming such as creating new entities, forms, views, entity relationships, reports, dashboards and much more. But for the development and deployment of plug-ins, custom workflow assemblies, XAML workflows and web resources developers need a tool that integrates with Microsoft Visual Studio, this … Continue reading Developer Toolkit for Microsoft Dynamics CRM
As a MS Dynamics CRM developer, what you need first and foremost is CRM Software Development Kit (CRM SDK). SDK is a toll Microsoft that has an architectural overview of Microsoft Dynamics CRM, the entity model, security model, web services, and sample code. CRM SDK contains numerous resources, including code samples designed to help you build … Continue reading What tools do you need as a Dynamics CRM Developer?
As a Microsoft lover, Microsoft Virtual Academy is a dream come true for all of us. Microsoft Virtual Academy – MVA is a cloud-based learning experience focusing on Microsoft Technologies. You can access a variety of training content online to assist you in becoming one of the renowned experts in the IT Pro and developer … Continue reading Microsoft Virtual Academy – MVA