Using Flot pie chart with Dynamics CRM

Continuing with THIS series of posts, today we are looking at using the Flot JScript library for visual rendering of data. Flot is a great little library for charting. It is available from HERE. The Flot library has a few graphing variations available, and we can easily change the CSS as needed to make it... Continue Reading →

Using Easy Pie Chart with Dynamics CRM

Keeping in line with a previous article about using the Bootstrap library with Dynamics CRM, in this article we will look at using another JScript library. This mini-series of articles relates to the topic I’ve presented at eXtreme CRM this year. It all revolves around visual presentation at the record level. While Dashboards are nice,... Continue Reading →

Dynamics CRM 2013 and Bootstrap

With Dynamics CRM 2013 now we have even more opportunities to play with the UI. We have more choice with regards to layout, more choice with regards to user experience, and implicitly more opportunities to make it better for the user. But, once we start to analyze the user experience, we could find that we’re... Continue Reading →

getCurrentControl is deprecated in UR2

Just a quick note, for those implementations taking advantage of script customizations, if you are using Xrm.Page.ui.getCurrentControl when upgrading to UR2, remember to check your scripts. This method is now deprecated. For more details see HERE. Happy scripting!

Dynamics CRM 2013 Field Level Notifications

This is another new feature of Dynamics CRM 2013. While in previous versions, we used to use JScript alerts to bring up field specific messages on forms, now we have two new functions available: setNotification(“message”); and clearNotification(); So how do we use then, and what do they do? First off, let’s bring up a message... Continue Reading →

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