ReactJS as Dynamics 365 CE Web Resource (2023)

In this article we would like to show how to kick start a custom ReactJS UI implementation within Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement using an existing ReactJS template.

In a nutshell

We licensed the Light Bootstrap Dashboard PRO React Template by Creative Tim for our customer and integrated the template into Dynamics 365 CE to develop a custom UI upon that using Web Resources (IFRAME). In this post we’d like to show the first steps how to get started and set that up.

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The user interface of Dynamics 365 CE improves steadily. Especially with the release of the Unified Interface. Nevertheless, there are moments when you encounter the limits of the Dynamics 365 CE UI capabilities and you need to think about different means how to provide great usability. One of the means, is the now available possibility to develop custom Canvas Apps. Another one is the future possibility of the Custom Control Framework (which is not yet available, but will be soon). In the meantime, the best option to provide a custom user interface within Dynamics 365 CE is a custom UI implementation using frameworks like ReactJS or Angular. For both options we have implemented several implementations. For ReactJS we would hereby like to provide a simple guide how to get that started.

Hosting of the UI

For every custom implementation of a web interface you have to think about hosting. Using SPA (single page application) design you have to worry about two different questions:

  • A server that provides download of the HTML and JavaScript files
  • A back-end to provide an API that exposes the data

Regarding the hosting of your client side resources (HTML, CSS, JavaScript, images) in combination with Dynamics 365 CE exist basically the following two options:

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  • Using Dynamics 365 CE as your host (meaning you deploy the HTML, CSS, images and JavaScripts as Web Resources to Dynamics 365 CE)
  • Hosting your HTML and Web Resources on a custom server (e.g. a custom .NET Web App that is hosted on Azure or on premise within IIS). You’d like to do that when your user interface should be also available outside of Dynamics 365 CE.

Regarding the back-end you could:

  • Use the web api of Dynamics 365 CE (if you access Dynamics 365 CE data only) and expose custom actions (also exposed over the web api)
  • Additionally expose a custom API using .NET Web API hosted on Azure for example (secured e.g. with OAUTH2 using Azure AD and ADAL.js on client side)

In this article we would like to focus on the ReactJS part. Due to this we will show how to host ReactJS as Web Resource within Dynamics 365 CE (you could then use Xrm Tooling to access the Dynamics 365 Web Api from within the ReactJS application). In a future post we will show to put ADAL.js on top of it to handle authentication against a custom .NET Web API using OAUTH2.

Getting started

After licensing the template and downloading and extracting it you should end up with a folder structure as following:

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First thing to mention here is that the template we chose was created with one of the most popular starter kits, the Create React App starter kit.

Looking at the package.json you’ll see that it looks quite simple. Well, that’s actually why the Create React App starter kit is so popular. Most of the logic is handled actually within the react-scripts and is not visible for the developer. If you want to see the details, you could create a copy and eject to see the details. We would recommend that only on a copy, since it’s a one way action where you cannot get back (except with the help of source control and undo). Ejecting from the simple version of the Create React App starter kit should be the last option if you really cannot handle something . In this guide we will not eject and stay on the simple version that uses react-scripts.

{ "name": "light-bootstrap-dashboard-react", "version": "1.2.0", "private": true, "dependencies": { "bootstrap": "3.3.7", "chartist": "0.10.1", "node-sass": "4.6.1", "node-sass-chokidar": "0.0.3", "npm-run-all": "4.1.2", "react": "16.2.0", "react-bootstrap": "0.32.1", "react-chartist": "0.13.1", "react-dom": "16.2.0", "react-google-maps": "9.4.5", "react-notification-system": "0.2.17", "react-router-dom": "4.2.2", "react-scripts": "1.1.1" }, "scripts": { "build-css": "node-sass-chokidar --include-path ./src --include-path ./node_modules src/ -o src/", "watch-css": "npm run build-css && node-sass-chokidar --include-path ./src --include-path ./node_modules src/ -o src/ --watch --recursive", "start-js": "react-scripts start", "start": "npm-run-all -p watch-css start-js", "build": "npm run build-css && react-scripts build", "test": "react-scripts test --env=jsdom", "eject": "react-scripts eject" }}

To run the ReactJS app you will need to install NodeJS and Python (add python executable to path or check it in the installer). Afterwards run the following script to install the necessary modules.

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npm install

If you encounter problems during installation, have a look here and here.

Having the dependencies downloaded and installed, you can start the app:

npm run start

This will start the webpack server and should bring up the following browser window with the following url: http://localhost:3000/#/dashboard

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Integration into Dynamics 365 CE

When working locally, npm run start will start the webpack server and this will serve the files from memory. For deploying the first draft of the template to Dynamics 365 CE we first need to generate the build files so we can then try to upload them to Dynamics as web resource. To do that, execute the following command:

npm run build

This will generate bundled and minified JavaScript and CSS files as well as media file in the folder build/static.

  • build\index.html
  • build\static\js\main.fd363da8.js
  • build\static\js\
  • build\static\media\Peicon7stroke.01798bc1.ttf
  • build\static\media\Peicon7stroke.b38ef310.woff
  • build\static\css\main.1cfbe954.css
  • build\static\css\


Looking at the generated files you might notice that a random build number is used for the output files. Moreover some icon files are used, where we currently will only handle the Pe-icon-7 files as an example.

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To upload those files to Dynamics 365 CE we would actually need something more or less in the form of the following (depending on the tooling). In our case, we are using Microsoft Dynamics 365 Developer Toolkit at this customer. You could also upload your resources using spkl as we do at other projects. “pre” represents some prefix for your solution publisher. Depending on your tooling you could replace the “_” with “\” and a folder structure (we do so in Visual Studio in the properties of the files, see below). Please note that for some files we had to add the the extension “.js” or “.css“. To upload those files we have to trick Dynamics and make it think it was actually a .js or .css file. Furthermore look closely, that for the Pe-icon-7 files we had to replace “” with “_“. All due to some Dynamics 365 CE requirements for the file names that are allowed for web resources and that can be uploaded.

  • WebResources\Web Page (HTML)\pre_sample_index.html
  • WebResources\Script (JScript)\pre_sample_static_js_bundle.js
  • WebResources\Script (JScript)\
  • WebResources\Script (JScript)\pre_sample_static_media_Pe_icon_7_stroke.01798bc1.ttf.js
  • WebResources\Script (JScript)\pre_sample_static_media_Pe_icon_7_stroke.b38ef310.woff.js
  • WebResources\Style Sheet (CSS)\pre_sample_static_css_styles.css
  • WebResources\Style Sheet (CSS)\

Using the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Developer Toolkit the files are then represented as following to form a nice folder structure within Dynamics 365 CE:

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So the challenges are:

  • a random build number that makes deployment to a web resource tricky
  • the generated .js file and .css file contain references to the corresponding .map files (to see that open the files and look at the end of the file) also containing the random build number
  • we have to change the file extension to be able to upload the resources to Dynamics 365 CE (at least when we do it manually)
  • The file name of the icon files would need to be changed, so also the references to those files within the icon font .css file

The missing link

Looking at what the Create React App currently provides and what we would actually need, a simple script would be great that would take care of those transformations. And that is actually what we provide here by first changing the package.json the following way:

"scripts": { 
"copyCSSFiles": "cpx \"build/static/css/*.*\" \"../WebResources/Style Sheet (CSS)\"",
"copyJSFiles": "cpx \"build/static/js/*.*\" \"../WebResources/Script (JScript)\"",
"processBuildFilesForDeployment": "node
"build-css": "node-sass-chokidar --include-path ./src --include-path ./node_modules
src/ -o src/",
"watch-css": "npm run build-css && node-sass-chokidar --include-path ./src --
include-path ./node_modules src/ -o src/ --watch --recursive",
"start-js": "react-scripts start",
"start": "npm-run-all -p watch-css start-js",
"build": "npm run build-css && react-scripts build && npm run
processBuildFilesForDeployment && npm run copyJSFiles && npm run copyCSSFiles",
"test": "react-scripts test --env=jsdom",
"eject": "react-scripts eject"

For the build command, we added the execution of our own scrips after the build, that first process the output files (processBuildFilesForDeployment) and then copy over the processed files to the WebResources folder that we use for deployment to Dynamics 365 CE. Let’s have a closer look to this custom processBuildFilesForDeployment.js then.

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var glob = require("glob"), path = require("path"), fs = require("fs");renameBundleJS();renameBundleJSMap();renameBundleCSS();renameBundleCSSMap();function renameBundleJS() { glob(__dirname + "/../../build/static/js/*.js", function(err, files) { files.forEach(function(file) { // Change reference to map file var data = fs.readFileSync(file, 'utf8'); var result = data.replace(/# sourceMappingURL=.*$/g, '#'); fs.writeFileSync(file, result, 'utf8'); // rename file var dir = path.dirname(file); var filename = path.basename(file); fs.renameSync(file, dir + "/pre_sample_static_js_bundle.js"); }); });}function renameBundleJSMap() { glob(__dirname + "/../../build/static/js/*", function(err, files) { files.forEach(function(file) { // rename map file var dir = path.dirname(file); var filename = path.basename(file); fs.renameSync(file, dir + "/"); }); });}function renameBundleCSS() { glob(__dirname + "/../../build/static/css/*.css", function(err, files) { files.forEach(function(file) { // change reference to map file and also replace reference to fonts // file that we had to rename with _ instead of - in the web resource. var data = fs.readFileSync(file, 'utf8'); var result = data.replace(/# sourceMappingURL=.*$/g, '#*/'); result = result.replace(/Pe-icon-7-stroke/g, 'Pe_icon_7_stroke'); fs.writeFileSync(file, result, 'utf8'); // rename file var dir = path.dirname(file); var filename = path.basename(file); fs.renameSync(file, dir + "/pre_sample_static_css_styles.css"); }); });}function renameBundleCSSMap() { glob(__dirname + "/../../build/static/css/*", function(err, files) { files.forEach(function(file) { // rename css file var dir = path.dirname(file); var filename = path.basename(file); fs.renameSync(file, dir + "/"); }); });}

The code above takes care of the following

  • changing source map references within the bundled .js and .css file
  • renaming the bundled .js and .css files to get rid of the random build number
  • adding the necessary file endings that we need for upload to Dynamics 365 CE
  • Changing the reference for the icon files since in the file name we replaced ‘-‘ with ‘_’

In the scripts “copyJSFiles” and “copyCSSFiles” within the package.json we copy over the resulting files. Since the icons files (Pe-icon-7) do not change very frequently we just copy them over into the Web Resources folder once manually and rename them to “Pe_icon_7“.

Entry point

The part missing until now is the index.html. For this we also just create a static version within the Web Resources folder (that is not copied over automatically). We took the index.html from ReactJS as a reference and then we changed the references to the .css and .js files. The outcome looks similar to this (simplified version):

<html><head> ... <link href="./static/css/styles.css" rel="stylesheet"></head><body> <div id="root"></div> <script type="text/javascript" src="./static/js/bundle.js"></script></body></html>

Putting it all together

  1. Execute “npm run start” to start the local webpack server for development
  2. Upload at least the index.html as web resource once, so you can include it as a web resource (IFRAME) on some form
  3. Use Fiddler and AutoResponder for local development (this redirects your browser requests that would normally be served by the Dynamics 365 CE server to your local webpack server). This way you can open Dynamics 365 CE user interface, which will load the form, but then the IFRAME contents (so your ReactJS App) is served from your local development server. Since for the browser it appears as if the files were served by the Dynamics 365 CE server, you can even access the Dynamics 365 CE Web Api without any authentication (since cookies are automatically passed, as for the browser it appears as the Dynamics domain)
  4. When you are done, execute “npm run build“. This will create the minified bundles. Source map references will be exchanged, font icon file references changed, files renamed and copied over to the Web Resources folder.
  5. Then deploy and publish the just built bundled and minified files to the Dynamics 365 CE server

The rest is then ReactJS web development and design, accessing probably the Dynamics 365 CE Web Api or some custom REST Api to retrieve some data, transform it and present it nicely.


We showed how to use a ReactJS template (one that is implemented by means of the Create React App starter kit) and how to modify it just a little bit to make it Dynamics 365 CE Web Resource deployment ready. This way no manual modification is anymore necessary and the development and build process is actually quite smooth and time saving. Starting with the licensing of an existing template saves lot of manual design and coding time.


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Create and edit web resources
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  2. Under Components, choose Web Resources.
  3. To create a web resource select New. ...
  4. The web resource form has the following fields and capabilities: ...
  5. After you have added your changes, choose Save and then Publish.
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  4. Step 4: Refreshing the Form.
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Does Dynamics 365 have a REST API? ›

The Customer Engagement Web API provides a development experience that can be used across a wide variety of programming languages, platforms, and devices. The Web API implements the OData (Open Data Protocol), version 4.0, an OASIS standard for building and consuming RESTful APIs over rich data sources.

How do I get FormContext HTML Webresource in Dynamics 365? ›

How to Use FormContext in a Web Resource in Dynamics 365 Power Apps with getContentWindow
  1. Select the Account form:
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  3. Insert a Web Resource:
  4. Click the Text Editor to add HTML:
  5. We will add the following code:
  6. In this code. ...
  7. Now in the form properties:
  8. Let's add an OnLoad script:
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How many types of Web Resources are there? ›

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Open the Dynamics 365 entity form on which the above JavaScript and HTML web resource has been configured.
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  2. This will open the HTML Page in a new browser window.

How do I debug HTML Webresource in Dynamics 365 CRM? ›

Debug your web resources efficiently in Dynamics CRM
  1. Put the debugger statement where you would possibly want to debug.
  2. Publish the webresource in CRM.
  3. Open the Tools –Internet Option in IE Properties and then uncheck the checkbox – 'Disable Script debugging'.

What is HTML web resource? ›

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How can I pass FormContext and XRM to my HTML Webresource? ›

Use FormContext and XRM in HTML Web resource in Dynamics 365 or model driven Power Apps
  1. Step 1 : Call JS on Load of Form to set content window. ...
  2. STEP 2 : Add the HTML Web Resource in side a section of Form.
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Is Dynamics CE a CRM? ›

Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement CE is a cloud-based customer relationship management (CRM) system that lets you engage with your business' most prized asset: Customers.

Is Dynamics 365 being discontinued? ›

The Microsoft Dynamics 365 (Preview) app for Windows was deprecated on June 20, 2022. The app is no longer supported.

What programming language is used for Dynamics 365? ›

AL is the programming language that is used for manipulating data such as retrieving, inserting, and modifying records in a Dynamics 365 Business Central database. It controls the execution of the various application objects, such as pages, reports, or codeunits.

How do I pass a form context to HTML Webresource? ›

Follow the below steps for passing the form's context in the form's HTML web resource.
  1. Step 1 – Create HTML web resource & deploy the same on an entity form.
  2. Step 2 – Create and trigger a new JavaScript web resource.
  3. Thus, we learned to pass the form's context in HTML web resource of Dynamics 365 CRM.

Why Xrm page is deprecated? ›

The following client APIs are deprecated to reorganize the Xrm client API object model to better align with the need of using the same client scripts without having to change them based on the context or the client (web client or the new Unified Interface) where they run.

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That parent class can be an x++ class or a kernel class. Super() means calling a method with the same name in parent class. Writing code before super() means, doing something before "execution"

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What are 5 main types of resources? ›

Types of Resources
  • 3.1 Biotic & Abiotic.
  • 3.2 Renewable & Non-renewable.
  • 3.3 Potential, Developed, and Stock Resources.

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Can JavaScript generate dynamic Web pages? ›

The introduction of JavaScript (then known as LiveScript) enabled the production of client-side dynamic web pages, with JavaScript code executed in the client's browser.

Can you call a JS function in HTML? ›

We can also call JavaScript functions using an external JavaScript file attached to our HTML document. To do this, first we have to create a JavaScript file and define our function in it and save itwith (. Js) extension. Once the JavaScript file is created, we need to create a simple HTML document.

How do I debug JavaScript in Dynamics CRM 365? ›

How to debug JavaScript in Dynamics 365 CE?
  1. Always remember to add debugger; in the function of the JS.
  2. Press F12 before the event is triggered. Let's take an example, OnLoad. Press F12 and we will get the following page: Refresh the page to hit the event. In the screenshot you can see the code area, console and watch.

What is an iFrame in Dynamics CRM? ›

In Microsoft CRM Dynamics 365 the iFrame & web resource configuration controls embed the content from another external location in pages with help of html iFrame element. In simple words you can use an iFrame to display the content from another external website in your CRM form.

Which is an example of a web resource? ›

A web resource is anything that can be obtained from the World Wide Web. Some examples are web pages, e-mail, information from databases, and web services.

What is considered a web resource? ›

A web resource is any identifiable resource (digital, physical, or abstract) present on or connected to the World Wide Web. Resources are identified using Uniform Resource Identifiers (URI). In the Semantic Web, web resources and their semantic properties are described using the Resource Description Framework (RDF).

What can I use instead of Xrm page? ›

Earlier, the global Xrm. Page object was used to represent a form or an item on the form. With the latest version, the Xrm. Page object is deprecated, and you should use the getFormContext method of the passed in execution context object to return reference to the appropriate form or an item on the form.

Is Xrm WebApi deprecated? ›

The deprecated client APIs will continue to be available and supported until they are officially removed from a future major release.
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How do I pass formContext from ribbon WorkBench? ›

How to Pass ExecutionContext or FormContext for a JS action on the button in Ribbon Workbench
  1. Open Ribbon WorkBench.
  2. Select Solution contains entity and components.
  3. Add button, Add command.
  4. Now add Javascript Action and select Javascript and Function.
  5. Now Click on Add Parameter.
  6. Add CRM Parameter.
  7. and select Primary Control.
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What is Dynamics CE now called? ›

The current version is Dynamics 365. The name and licensing changed with the update from Dynamics 2016. Microsoft Dynamics 365 Sales.

What are the 3 types of CRM? ›

The three types of CRM systems are operational, analytical and collaborative.

Is Dynamics 365 an ERP or CRM? ›

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What replaced Dynamics 365? ›

D365 Project Service Automation (which has been deprecated last year and has been replaced by the D365 Project Operations license)

Why Dynamics is better than Salesforce? ›

Salesforce is generally more user-friendly in the UI department, and more customizable, but Microsoft Dynamics 365 is probably a bit easier to use for reporting. Then again, if you really want or need an on-premise deployment, a Microsoft Dynamics 365 plan is the only way to go—Salesforce is cloud-based, full-stop.

Does Dynamics 365 have future? ›

The future of Dynamics 365 will mainly focus on collaboration and AI, Nadella says. That requires the necessary investments that go beyond adding integrations and models.

Is Microsoft Dynamics 365 web based? ›

Microsoft Dynamics 365 is a cloud-based business applications platform that combines components of customer relationship management (CRM) and enterprise resource planning (ERP), along with productivity applications and artificial intelligence tools.

What is D365 CE developer? ›

The Senior D365 CE Developer is responsible for designing and developing enhancements and customizations in Microsoft Dynamics D365 CE. Key Responsibilities. Collaborate with Business Systems Analysts to prepare functional specification for customizations.

Does Dynamics 365 require coding? ›

You can learn Dynamics 365 without having any coding knowledge and work as Functional Consultants or end-users. However, if you want to be a Technical Consultant, you must understand the fundamentals of C# . NET, HTML, and JavaScript.

How can we collect data from form in HTML? ›

The method attribute specifies how to send form-data (the form-data is sent to the page specified in the action attribute). The form-data can be sent as URL variables (with method="get" ) or as HTTP post transaction (with method="post" ). Notes on GET: Appends form-data into the URL in name/value pairs.

How do you code a working contact form in HTML? ›

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  1. Choose an HTML editor.
  2. Create a new file with the. HTML extension.
  3. Create a new file with the. PHP extension.
  4. Generate the PHP code to capture form data.
  5. Create your HTML contact form.
  6. Add additional fields.
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How do I pass form data to next page in HTML? ›

If you want to redirect to another page after form submit html, Then you have to provide/Sign the Other pages path inside HTML Form tag's ACTION Attribute. Which will POST/Send your Form data to that Location and Open/Redirect your Users to That Given Web Page.

What is Xrm for d365? ›

These applications are often referred to as Extended Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement (on-premises) applications (xRM) applications because they leverage the relationship tracking capabilities beyond the typical customer relationship management (CRM) scenarios.

Is XrmToolBox open source? ›

XRMToolBox is an open-source framework which allows sharing of tools and has a collection of useful tools which are build by CRM community to help developers complete their tasks more effectively.

Is CrmServiceClient deprecated? ›

The Organization Service (the IOrganizationService Implementation), used in the CrmServiceClient and Plugin\Workflow system is NOT deprecated.

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Post Event Handler is static, does not allow you to have access to protected members of a class. Also you cannot add new method or class state via event handler, so CoC is way more powerful.

What is the difference between super () and super? ›

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If we need to brief and justify the title in one go then the super keyword in java refers to dealing with parent class object while super() deals with parent class constructor.

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  2. In the Service Root URL, you will find the API URL.
  3. You can copy this URL and paste it into a browser to get its result.
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Edit the default site map
  1. In the Dynamics 365 - custom app, go to Settings > Customizations.
  2. Select Customize the System.
  3. In the solution window, under Components, select Client Extensions.
  4. Double-click to select the site map that has the display name Site Map and is in a Managed state. ...
  5. Add an area to the site map.
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Which are the web resources? ›

Web Resource Types
  • Blogs.
  • Research News.
  • Popular News & Magazines.
  • Debates.
  • Feeds & Alerts.
  • Open Access.
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What resources do I need to make a website? ›

Four basic things are needed for a website: domain name, webhost, text editor, and an ftp program. This will get you a basic website without pictures or any complex backend, but it is functual and can be effective all the same. Web development is fairly easy to learn and get into.

How do I add resources in project 365? ›

Add resources to your project
  1. On the View tab, in the Resource Views group, choose Resource Sheet. ...
  2. In the Resource Name field, type a job title, material, or generic resource name.
  3. If you want to designate resource groups, then in the Group field for the resource name, type the name of the group.

How do you add a resource in HTML? ›

Use the <link> tag to add a resource reference. The HTML <link> tag is used for defining a link to an external document. It is placed in the <head> section of the document. Defines the character encoding of the linked document.

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In this article
  1. Create a new Class Library project in Visual Studio, and name it ExternalServiceLibrary. csproj.
  2. Build the project. ...
  3. Create a new Dynamics project in Visual Studio.
  4. Add ExternalServiceLibrary. ...
  5. In the X++ class, you can use the external web services that were referenced in ExternalServiceLibrary.
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  2. Setting up Postman. ...
  3. Testing using Postman.
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Through the dataset URL: You can get the API endpoint by simply taking the dataset's UID and replacing it in this string: https://domain/resource/UID.extension *where the extension is the data format you's like to pull the data as. For a full list of extension formats please go here.

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What is the best tool to create sitemap? ›

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  5. Inspyder. ...
  6. Slickplan. ...
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  3. Step 3 - Create your sitemap-generator.js. ...
  4. Step 4 - Running your sitemap-generator. ...
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