Dynamics 365 provides a robust development platform that allows developers to create custom applications, extensions, and integrations that meet the unique needs of their businesses
By leveraging these capabilities, we can create powerful and flexible solutions that enable businesses to maximize the value of their Dynamics 365 investment.
There are several development techniques that can be used for Dynamics 365 F&O, including:
Model-driven development: Model-driven development is a technique that emphasizes building applications using pre-built models and components. In Dynamics 365 F&O, developers can use the Application Object Tree (AOT) to create models that define the application’s data, business logic, and user interface.
Event-driven development: Event-driven development is a technique that focuses on triggering actions based on specific events or conditions. In Dynamics 365 F&O, developers can use event handlers to execute custom code when specific events occur, such as when a record is created or updated.
Integration development: Integration development involves building interfaces between different systems and applications. In Dynamics 365 F&O, developers can use tools like the Data management framework (DMF) and Data entities to integrate with other systems.
Code extension: Code extension is a technique that involves extending existing code rather than modifying it directly. In Dynamics 365 F&O, developers can use extension frameworks like Chain of Command or Event Handlers to customize the application’s behavior without changing the original code.
Power Platform development: Power Platform development involves building low-code or no-code solutions using tools like Power Apps, Power Automate, and Power BI. In Dynamics 365 F&O, developers can use the Power Platform to build custom solutions that integrate with the application’s data and functionality.