Managed code development in AX2012 (cont.). Proxying kernel classes.

In the video from my previous post, I showed how to create managed proxies for X++ classes with the new Microsoft Dynamics AX2012 Visual Studio toolset. X++ managed proxies allow you to invoke X++ code from managed code Here is a brief recap on how to do that: In Visual Studio, simply create a class…


Managed code development in AX2012

Microsoft Dynamics AX2012 has a lot of new development tools to help you create solutions using managed code. In this video, I demonstrate a few applications of these tools, such as the Application Explorer (the AOT in Visual Studio), the managed proxies and the managed code deployment. Download in High Res (avi – 47 MB)…


Microsoft Dynamics AX Tech Conference 2011

Next week I’ll be at the Microsoft Dynamics AX Technical Conference 2011. This is going to be a great event and you can look forward to many exiting presentations and cool demos. At the breakout session on Wednesday at 7:30PM, you’ll be able to see the new X++ editor I blogged about. I’ll be demo’ing…


The new X++ editor in action

Most of the new features of the new X++ editor are best show live, so I made this video. Enjoy.   This posting is provided “AS IS” with no warranties, and confers no rights.


The new X++ editor (part 2)

A couple of improvements to look forward to in the Intellisense UI: In a completion session, holding the ctrl key will make the drop-down dialog transparent, so you can see the code underneath:    The dorp down list is also filtered and your typing is displayed in the buffer:    Ctrl-Mouse wheel will allow you…


The new X++ editor

I am currently working on the next version of Dynamics AX – AX6 and as part of the development experience improvement, my team has been working on a new editor for the X++ language. This editor is based on the same framework than the Visual Studio editor. Here is how it looks like:    The…