Using this tutorial will take you deeper into Dynamics NAV from a developer’s viewpoint, and allow you to unlock its full potential. The book covers developing an application from start to finish in logical, illuminating steps.
So, your company has made the wise decision to use Dynamics NAV as its main business software for all its enterprise resource planning. Dive in and learn the ins and outs of the software from a development standpoint and unlock the software’s full potential.
The book will walk you through creating an application from start to finish. Once you know how to create a working application that users can access, you will have the knowledge and the resources needed to create other applications based on the tutorials covered in this guide.
You will start by obtaining a free trial version of Dynamics NAV and then be introduced to the world of analyzing and deriving user problems into a requirements list. Finally, you will be shown how to use the software to knock out these requirements.
You will learn everything you need in order to begin creating your own applications, from translating the user’s requirements to creating and modifying your system applications. Use Dynamics NAV’s capability to create an application and address the user’s needs, while also learning best practices and simple solutions.
"Getting Started with Dynamics NAV 2013 Application Development" will help you on your way to becoming a great developer!
What you will learn from this book
Presented in an easy-to-follow, step-by-step tutorial, "Getting Started with Dynamics NAV 2013 Application Development" introduces the reader to the main concepts of developing with Dynamics NAV.
Who this book is written for
"Getting Started with Dynamics NAV 2013 Application Development" is for any user who uses Dynamics NAV as their main business software. This is also for any developers who may be familiar with other accounting software and wish to get into developing within the Dynamics NAV field.
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Alex Chow has been working with Microsoft Dynamics NAV, formerly Navision, since 1999. Over the years, Alex has conducted hundreds of implementations across multiple industries. His customers range from $2 million a year small enterprises to $500 million a year multi-national corporations.
Over the course of his Dynamics NAV career, he has often been designated as the primary person responsible for the success and failure of a Dynamics NAV implementation. The fact that Alex is still in the Dynamics NAV business means that he’s been pretty lucky so far. His extensive career in the Dynamics NAV business is evidence of his success rate and expertise.
With a background implementing all functions and modules in and outside of Microsoft Dynamics NAV, Alex has encountered and resolved the most practical to the most complex requirements and business rules. Through these experiences, he has learned that sometimes you have to be a little crazy to have a competitive edge.
Believing that sharing these experience and knowledge would benefit the Dynamics NAV community, Alex writes about his journey at http://www.dynamicsnavconsultant.com. He was also the founder of AP Commerce, Inc. (http://www.apcommerce.com) in 2005, a full service Dynamics NAV service center.
Alex lives in Southern California with his beautiful wife and two lovely daughters. He considers himself the luckiest man in the world.
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