Extending Microsoft Dynamics 365 Portals with custom server-side code

Dynamics 365 Portals have gone through some significant changes since Microsoft acquired Adxstudio in 2015.

When Microsoft released their first post-acquisition version of the Portals in Spring 2016 (known as version 8), it included fewer features than the last Adxstudio version (version 7). Some of the more popular features that weren't included in the new version include e-commerce, event management, and SharePoint integration. Since that time, Microsoft has been hard at work on Portals, including adding exciting features like faceted search, dashboards, and charts. Unfortunately, many of the features that did not make it into version 8 are still not there.


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About Nicholas Hayduk

Nicholas Hayduk is a licensed Professional Engineer, and the owner of Engineered Code Consulting Inc., a firm that specializes in Adxstudio/CRM Portals implementations for Microsoft Dynamics CRM/365. Having worked with the product since it's infancy, Engineered Code engages with both customers and partners to ensure the success of their CRM Portals implementations. Customers appreciate working with a smaller company that gets results quickly and efficiently, and can bridge the gap between business and technology. Partners value working with a firm that can be flexible to accommodate their project requirements, whether it's training their internal staff, resource augmentation, or the complete end-to-end delivery of a project. For more information, please visit http://www.engineeredcode.com/, or you can check out Nicholas' blog at http://www.engineeredcode/blog/.

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