On Saturday January 28 the event was held in London, UK at the Microsoft offices in Paddington.
As a “senior contributor” to the world famous XrmToolBox by MVP Tanguy Touzard I was invited to do a session on simplifying development using XrmToolBox.
My session covered a brief XrmToolBox background, examples of my own favorite tools, and deep dive demos of FetchXML Builder and Plugin Trace Viewer. Of course you cannot do a demo with some customizations and plugins without using a few other XrmToolBox tools, so I did not only cover my own block busters…
The presentation from the event is now available here: CRM Saturday – XrmToolBox with Jonas Rapp
This contains the full presentation, and also step by step details on the demos performed, as well as some bonus demos that did not fit the tight session schedule.
Note that the presentation also contains reference to a free to use GitHub repository with a simple plugin base class, that can be inherited instead of simply implementing the SDK interface
IPlugin to greatly simplify plugin development and logging to the Tracing Service.
The repository is available here: https://github.com/rappen/JonasPluginBase
If you have any questions regarding the presentation, demo or the plugin base class, don’t hesitate to contact me!
More information on CRM Saturday: http://crmsaturday.com
More information on eXtreme365: http://extremecrm.com
Labels: Community, Fetch, Open Source, Plugin, Tools