Developing a responsive website that works well across various browsers and devices is tough. The difficulty is compounded by the fact that browser vendors keep adding distinct behaviors to improve user experience. We recently faced an issue with the auto zoom-in feature in Safari on iOS.
Continuing from our previous post of Dynamics 365 features, today we will go through the App Designer and Site map editor.
Apps are solution-aware components which are designed to simplify the work experience of the users. Based on the CRM license apps like Sales, Marketing, Customer Service, Project Service apps are given OOB.
App designer gives a CRM customizer ability to design apps tailored to their users/needs easily. Site map editor is integrated with app designer and simplifies the process of creating navigation and site maps with WYSIWYG designer.
Apple Push Notification service (APNs), which was launched with iOS 3.0 on June 17, 2009, facilitates sending small sized information to mobile devices remotely. Such information is called a notification and can include:
- Custom title text alerts
However, delivery of the messages to the intended devices is not guaranteed even though the APN server has accepted the messages. One must pay attention to the below constraints while sending a message:
The much-awaited feature of full-fledged inline editing in grids is now an OOB feature in Dynamics 365. As a company, which has been working in MSCRM for a decade and knowing requirements of various clients of ours-we were delighted to see this in action.
1. Screen Resize
IONIC allows to adjust the screen height whenever the current view is updated, either by loading a new screen or by inducing dynamic HTML. If the screen height adjustment is not handled properly, user will perceive a long delay before they can scroll to the end of the view. It is observed that; such height adjustment can take up to 10 to 15 seconds which is bad UX. To handle this gracefully, snippet similar to the below can be used, where ‘.element’ has to be replaced with the actual Id/CSS class name of the UI element.
CRM Port (Import Tool) is equipped to make import/update/delete data from the CRM easy. Supported files include .xls, .csv.
One of the key features of Import Tool is the flexibility to use it on all the Microsoft Dynamics platforms (Online, On-Premise, Hosted).
You are planning to write a brilliant plugin. Its’ got a form from which you collect data from the user and register them to your website
In your plugin, to generate the form, you are probably using a shortcode. When the user hits that submit button you’ve to submit that data to the server and register him. There are multiple ways to do this.
We will look at two of these methods, their merits and demerits.