From the Microsoft Dynamics AX Blogs: AX App Explorer in Visual Studio; the New X++ Editor; Customer Reference Request Tool

Navigating the AX App Explorer in Visual Studio: From the Dynamics AX Tools blog: "In the last post we introduced the AX Application Explorer in Visual Studio, as the central hub for all AX development in Visual Studio. Now we will take a quick look at the navigation in the AX Application Explorer... An important thing to understand about the AX Application Explorer is that it is not a superficial tool in Visual Studio. It integrates deep in the guts of Visual Studio and enables the presence of AX metadata in many of the


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X++ Editor


Some of new features of new X++ Editor already supported by AxAssist Dynamics AX Add-on (e.g. variable/type auto completion )which could be installed on Axapta 3.0, DAX 4.0 and DAX2009.