You’ve got a peek at the past Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference, you saw it at Microsoft Dynamics Convergence Atlanta 2011. But do you really understand what goes on “under the hood”. If you are intreagued by the upcoming codename GP “12”, today I begin a series of articles oriented to shed some light on the new application architecture. Get a review of the web client and the transition from the classic client to the new architecture environment, understand what changes went into rendering the Silverlight interface, how UI templates work and future deployment options, get an introduction to Dynamic Form Rendering and why this technology is so cool.
The publishing schedule for these articles are as follows:
|Published Date||Featured Article|
|05/09/2011||Microsoft Dynamics GP “12” Web Client Architecture – Part 1|
|05/11/2011||Microsoft Dynamics GP “12” Web Client Architecture – Part 2|
|05/16/2011||Microsoft Dynamics GP “12” Web Client Architecture – Part 3|
|05/23/2011||Microsoft Dynamics GP “12” Named System Database Architecture|
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Until next post!
Mariano Gomez, MVP
05/23/2011 – Added link to Named System Database Architecture article on Dynamics Community.