Dynamics 365 (online) version 9.0 is here and there are some important developer changes you should know about! In addition to deprecated client-side code, the Dynamics 365 SDK will be retired and replaced with what Microsoft is calling the "Developer Guide". Developers use the current SDK to search for coding compatibility, access tools such as the Plugin Registration tool and access coding samples and references to the libraries (.dll's) for use in their projects. You can read more about this change here.
The release of the Developer Guide will allow developers to download just what they need. The tools such as the Plugin Registration tool, etc. and the libraries will be available for download via NuGet.
Sample code will be available to reference and use via msdn.microsoft.com or GitHub. Documentation for the APIs will be available on docs.microsoft.com and provide more details per entity with inclusion of the metadata (properties, attributes and relationships) and available operations. Both the conceptual and reference content will be visible on the same page rather than having to click on links to open other pages!
These are all very exciting changes as it will make it much easier for developers to find the information they need when creating your new custom projects.
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