Source code released for Dynamics AX Windows Store Apps


We’ve received a lot of feedback on our Approvals, Expenses, and Timesheets Windows Store apps since their initial release. We’ve actively been updating these apps. The two previous blog posts talk about several new features in the Expenses and Approvals apps.

However, we have also had requests to make available the source code for these apps so that partners can get a head start on building their own Windows Store apps!

The source code samples for all three apps is now available on MSDN code gallery here: https://code.msdn.microsoft.com/Developing-Windows-Store-d85c8012

We encourage Dynamics AX app developers to leverage these working samples in creating other awesome apps for Dynamics AX 2012.

Comments (6)
  1. KimKopowski says:

    Hi Kyle! Thank you so much for sharing.. that is super helpful. By chance.. are you guys planning to share the code for the "Microsoft Dynamics AX Production Floor" App as well? I like how this app does not need a middle ware / mobile connector software. The JmgShopFloorService gets deployed to IIS and is consumed directly via the app. It would be great to see how you have designed that.

    thx and keep up the great work!

    Kim

  2. Anonymous says:

    Good morning!

    I'm curious if there is an ETA for releasing the source for the iOS and Android sources?

    Thank you!

    -Adam

  3. Anonymous says:

    Do you have an updated on the source code for the Microsoft Dynamics AX Production Floor.  What language is it written in?  Java or C#.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Would also like to see source on the Production Control app…

  5. Anonymous says:

    Hi Kyle

    Is there a way in the Expenses app to add another Project stage other than InProgress, I have made a validation in the Project module, but the changes does only applye on the EP Portal and not in the Phone App.

    Br. John

  6. Douglas Noel says:

    Anything new on the source code for the ProductionFloor App? Or some similar Demo Samples.

    regards

    Douglas

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