Dynamics 365 Developer Training MB-400

MB-400 Microsoft PowerApps + Dynamics 365 Developer Training

You may enroll for Dynamics 365 Developer Training MB-400 -> Course 400000: MB-400 Microsoft PowerApps + Dynamics 365 Developer <<- using this link

EXAM-Associate-MB-400

Course Overview

The Microsoft Power Platform helps organizations optimize their operations by automating routine tasks and standardizing business best practices. A PowerApps Developer is a professional software developer who extends the Power Platform to solve complex business problems. In this course, PowerApps Developers will build on their existing knowledge of the Power Platform, Microsoft stack, and standard development tools and practices. PowerApps Developers will learn how to estimate effort and scope; validate requirements and design technical architecture; create data models; determine implementation tools; and document their technical design. Broad topics will include implementing user security and accessibility; managing environments; extending the Common Data Service; creating and using web resources; and working with plug-ins.

Audience profile

A PowerApps Developer is responsible for designing, developing, securing, extending, and integrating a platform implementation. The developer implements components of the solution that include application enhancements, custom user experience, system integrations, data conversions, custom process automation, and custom visualizations.

Skills gained

  • Create and document a data model
  • Implement entities and fields
  • Create and maintain solutions
  • Automate business processes
  • Extend the user experience
  • Develop integrations

Prerequisites

Before attending this course, students must have:

  • A basic understanding of the Power Platform.
  • Experience in software development against the Microsoft stack and Visual Studio.
  • Experience in administering solutions in Azure (preferred).

Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction to developing with the Power Platform

In this module, students will learn about developer resources and how to
leverage them to extend the Power Platform.

Lessons

  • Introduction to Power Platform developer resources
  • Use developer tools to extend the Power Platform
  • Introduction to extending the Power Platform

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Identify the functionality of developer tools
  • Use developer tools

Module 2: Extending the Power Platform Common Data Service

In this module, students will learn how and when to use plug-ins or other
tools to extend the Common Data Service.

Lessons

  • Introduction to Common Data Service for developers
  • Extend plug-ins

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Write a plug-in
  • Use a plug-in to extend the Common Data Service

Module 3: Extending the Power Platform user experience

In this module, students will learn how to leverage web resources and
client script to extend the Power Platform user experience.

Lessons

  • Introduction to web resources
  • Performing common actions with client script
  • Automate Business Process Flows with client script

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Use web resources
  • Write client script
  • Extend business process flows

EXAM-Associate-MB-400

Course Overview

The Microsoft Power Platform helps organizations optimize their operations by automating routine tasks and standardizing business best practices. A PowerApps Developer is a professional software developer who extends the Power Platform to solve complex business problems. In this course, PowerApps Developers will build on their existing knowledge of the Power Platform, Microsoft stack, and standard development tools and practices. PowerApps Developers will learn how to estimate effort and scope; validate requirements and design technical architecture; create data models; determine implementation tools; and document their technical design. Broad topics will include implementing user security and accessibility; managing environments; extending the Common Data Service; creating and using web resources; and working with plug-ins.

Audience profile

A PowerApps Developer is responsible for designing, developing, securing, extending, and integrating a platform implementation. The developer implements components of the solution that include application enhancements, custom user experience, system integrations, data conversions, custom process automation, and custom visualizations.

Skills gained

  • Create and document a data model
  • Implement entities and fields
  • Create and maintain solutions
  • Automate business processes
  • Extend the user experience
  • Develop integrations

Prerequisites

Before attending this course, students must have:

  • A basic understanding of the Power Platform.
  • Experience in software development against the Microsoft stack and Visual Studio.
  • Experience in administering solutions in Azure (preferred).

Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction to developing with the Power Platform

In this module, students will learn about developer resources and how to
leverage them to extend the Power Platform.

Lessons

  • Introduction to Power Platform developer resources
  • Use developer tools to extend the Power Platform
  • Introduction to extending the Power Platform

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Identify the functionality of developer tools
  • Use developer tools

Module 2: Extending the Power Platform Common Data Service

In this module, students will learn how and when to use plug-ins or other
tools to extend the Common Data Service.

Lessons

  • Introduction to Common Data Service for developers
  • Extend plug-ins

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Write a plug-in
  • Use a plug-in to extend the Common Data Service

Module 3: Extending the Power Platform user experience

In this module, students will learn how to leverage web resources and
client script to extend the Power Platform user experience.

Lessons

  • Introduction to web resources
  • Performing common actions with client script
  • Automate Business Process Flows with client script

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Use web resources
  • Write client script
  • Extend business process flows

MB-400T00A: Microsoft PowerApps + Dynamics 365 Developer Training

MB-400T00A: Microsoft PowerApps + Dynamics 365 Developer Training

Course MB-400T00-A: Microsoft PowerApps + Dynamics 365 Developer
3 Days
Instructor-led training
The Microsoft Power Platform helps organizations optimize their operations by automating routine tasks and standardizing business best practices. A PowerApps Developer is a professional software developer who extends the Power Platform to solve complex business problems. In this course, PowerApps Developers will build on their existing knowledge of the Power Platform, Microsoft stack, and standard development tools and practices. PowerApps Developers will learn how to estimate effort and scope; validate requirements and design technical architecture; create data models; determine implementation tools; and document their technical design. Broad topics will include implementing user security and accessibility; managing environments; extending the Common Data Service; creating and using web resources; and working with plug-ins.
Audience profile
A PowerApps Developer is responsible for designing, developing, securing, extending, and integrating a platform implementation. The developer implements components of the solution that include application enhancements, custom user experience, system integrations, data conversions, custom process automation, and custom visualizations.
At course completion
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Create and document a data model
Implement entities and fields
Create and maintain solutions
Automate business processes
Extend the user experience
Develop integrations
Job role: Developer
Preparation for exam: MB-400
Features: none

Exam MB-400 Training: Microsoft Power Apps + Dynamics 365 Developer Certification

Dynamics Edge offers Exam MB-400: Microsoft Power Apps + Dynamics 365 Developer Certification Training.

As of June 17, 2020, use this link for Course 400000 -> MB-400 Microsoft PowerApps + Dynamics 365 Developer Training Course

Exam MB-400: Microsoft Power Apps + Dynamics 365 Developer

The content of this exam was updated on May 22, 2020 in relation with changes to Microsoft Power Platform and Dynamics 365. Dynamics Edge courses are up to date to to reflect these latest changes to the Microsoft Power Platform.

Candidates for this MB-400 exam are Dynamics 365 developers who tend to work with Microsoft Power Apps model-driven apps in Dynamics 365 to secure, develop, design and extend / customize a Dynamics 365 implementation. Candidates tend to implement components of a solution that include application enhancements, system integrations, data conversions, custom user experience, custom process automation, and custom visualizations.

Candidates must have strong applied knowledge of Power Apps model-driven apps in Dynamics 365, including in-depth understanding of customization, configuration, integration, and extensibility, as well as boundaries and constraints. Candidates should have a basic understanding of DevOps practices for Power Apps model-driven apps in Dynamics 365. Candidates must expose, store, and report on data.

Candidates should have development experience that includes JavaScript, TypeScript, C#, HTML, .NET, Microsoft Azure, Office 365, RESTful Web Services, ASP.NET, and Power BI.

Below is some information about Exam MB-400 when it was in beta:
Exam MB-400: Microsoft Power Apps + Dynamics 365 Developer (released October 31, 2019) (beta).

Exam MB-400: Microsoft Power Apps + Dynamics 365 Developer (beta)
Candidates for this Microsoft MB-400 Dynamics 365 Developer Certification exam are Developers who work with Microsoft Power Apps model-driven apps in Dynamics 365 to design, develop, secure, and extend a Dynamics 365 implementation. Candidates implement components of a solution that include application enhancements, custom user experience, system integrations, data conversions, custom process automation, and custom visualizations.

Candidates must have strong applied knowledge of Power Apps model-driven apps in Dynamics 365, including in-depth understanding of customization, configuration, integration, and extensibility, as well as boundaries and constraints. Candidates should have a basic understanding of DevOps practices for Power Apps model-driven apps in Dynamics 365. Candidates must expose, store, and report on data.

Candidates should have development experience that includes JavaScript, TypeScript, C#, HTML, .NET, Microsoft Azure, Office 365, RESTful Web Services, ASP.NET, and PowerBI.

Part of the requirements for: Microsoft Certified: Power Apps + Dynamics 365 Developer Associate

Related exams: 1 related exam: Exam MB-200: Microsoft Power Platform + Dynamics 365 Core Certification Training

Exam MB-400: Microsoft Power Apps + Dynamics 365 Developer (beta)
Languages: English

Retirement date: none

This exam measures your ability to accomplish the following technical tasks: create a technical design; configure Common Data Service (CDS); create and configure Power Apps; configure business process automation; extend the user experience; extend the platform; and develop integrations.

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Commerce Training BRK2366 Extend

BRK2366 – How to extend Dynamics 365 Commerce training.

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Commerce (Preview) training includes a cool online extensibility SDK in order to be able to fully customize a new e-commerce site for your organization. Learn about an introductory new look with regards to the brand new Online SDK which is now available Dynamics 365 Commerce (Preview). Learn how to set up a development environment, how to download the Dynamics 365 Commerce SDK, as well as more. Learn how to create new data actions, themes, and modules. Learn how to deploy a new extensibility package to pleaces such as a live Dynamics 365 e-commerce site for your organization.

Dynamics 365 CRM V9.0 Gray shading on the web client forms

Have you ever encountered the Dynamics 365 CRM V9.0 Gray shading on the web client forms?

The issue is even documented on the Microsoft Docs website:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics365/customer-engagement/admin/readme-9

From the above link:

  • Gray shading on the web client forms
    • Doesn’t appear on a new form in create mode.
    • Doesn’t change dynamically when the height of a field or component changes and might leave an empty space. However, this empty space will disappear on refresh.

To some people, this gray shading may make it appear as if the page is loading, and can be an inconvenience.

What if you really don’t want this gray shading to appear?

We would recommend you leave it alone if you can.
If you really cannot leave it alone, or really would prefer to make this gray shading disappear, there may be an option to place custom JS code and attach it to the form, and there is no guarantee it will work.
The code has to be very specifically formatted in a way that will get rid of the gray shading. Careful – it could mess up the form on later versions / updates.

Want to know what this custom code might look like, or need more help? Contact us using this link for more info, and check out our Dynamics 365 CRM Training for more information.

Dynamics CRM Developer Training Kit

Dynamics Edge offers instruction on the Dynamics CRM Developer Training Kit through Dynamics Edge Course 822700
Dynamics 365 CRM Development and Extending (Using Visual Designers and Visual Studio with the C# language)

Microsoft Dynamics CRM Developer Training Kit
Microsoft Dynamics CRM Developer Training Kit

If IT professionals want to know the truth, Dynamics CRM 2016, CRM 2015, CRM 2013 or CRM 2011 have now moved to a new cloud based solution called Dynamics 365 CRM. The Dynamics CRM Developer Training Kit, or Dynamics CRM Developer Toolkit (Dynamics 365 SDK), while the core has been maintained for the most part, has also significantly changed in recent versions.

Focused on Microsoft Dynamics 365 Software (SDK) Kit, an attendee in this course should acquire the skills necessary to secure, validate, and build your Dynamics 365 CRM environment. Review and reinforce your skills with hands on Dynamics Edge labs that show attendees the Microsoft Dynamics 365 C# and Javascript development paradigms through examples and hands on practice. Want a solid foundation needed to extend Microsoft Dynamics 365 CRM? This course is for you.

Exam MB2-719: Microsoft Dynamics 365 Developer and Development

Our course helps you prepare for Exam MB2-719

Plan to deploy Microsoft Dynamics CRM (11%)
Identify the layers in the Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 architecture
Application layer; Platform layer; Database layer
Identify the deployment considerations
Describe the deployment model, identify support for Microsoft Outlook clients, identify the extensibility points, identify types of reporting, identify the web resources
Preparation resources
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 planning guide
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 implementation guide
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 system requirements and required components
Perform common platform operations (12%)
Describe how to use IDiscoveryService
What is the IDiscoveryService used for?
Describe how to use IOrganizationService
What is the IOrganizationService used for?
Describe how to use early-bound entry classes
What is an early-bound entry class used for?
Describe how to use late-bound entry classes
What is a late-bound entry class used for?
Describe data types
Describe how to use methods
Create, Retrieve, Update, Delete, RetrieveMultiple
Describe how to handle SOAP exception
Preparation resources
IDiscoveryService methods
IOrganizationService.Update method
Handling exceptions
Perform advanced platform operations (12%)
Identify different ways to query data
QueryExpression, QueryByAttribute, LINQ queries, FetchXML, filtered views
Save queries
Identify how to use the Execute() method
Identify how to use requests and responses
Identify how to use late-bound versus early-bound
Identify how to use the Entity class
Identify how to use the IOrganizationService web service
Preparation resources
Build queries with QueryExpression
Sample: Execute multiple requests
Use the IOrganizationService web service to read and write data or metadata

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