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Mastering the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Web Client: An introspective view

by Mariano Gomez
Chief Technology Officer, Mekorma

It's time to reminisce. My journey with the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Web Client has been very exciting since I first started to talk about the technology back in May of 2011 with the release of my first series on Web Client Architecture back when GP 2013 was still known as Codename GP "12". It's hard to believe it's been a bit over 2 years. Yet to many of you, the Web Client is still synonymous with the word "mystical", or as my college age son would say "way out there!"

In turn, I have talked about the Web Client in just about every setting: Azure deployment, Windows 8 installation, and Troubleshooting. I have even attended Web Client training in Atlanta, delivered presentations at Convergence 2013 in New Orleans, delivered training to partners in Chile and Venezuela, and even written an article here on MSDynamicsWorld where I highlighted 5 ways to prepare for the Web Client.

But why am I telling you all this? Bragging rights? No, not necessarily. I rarely feel the need to brag about anything I do - well, besides teaching my 7-year old to ride his bicycle this week in just a little under 3 hours. As I mentioned in the opening of this article, reminiscing helps in understanding how much work you have put into any given matter. The more I think about this journey, the more I realize that becoming comfortable with the Web Client will require 4 basic steps:

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