Tag: TypeScript

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Use Fiddler to serve a local version of Webresources

In this article, I would like to explain how to use Fiddler to serve a local version of Webresources. End of last year I asked a question about source maps to the community on Twitter. After a short time Fiddler popped up in our discussion. It always bothered me...
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Add React and Tests to a TypeScript project

In one of my last blog posts, I explained how to set up a basic TypeScript project. In this article, I would like to explain how to add React and Tests to a TypeScript project. We will achieve this in a way that the react parts are in the...
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[QuickTip] How to use setVisible within TypeScript

One of my colleagues recently approached me and asked how one could use the function “setVisible” on a Dataverse control in TypeScript. The function is present in JavaScript but when trying to use it in TypeScript he got an error. Xrm type is not exposing setVisible, therefore the error...
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Setting up a TypeScript project for Dataverse

In one of my recent projects, I had the need to set up a new TypeScript project. To be honest it was the first time I did this from scratch, which resulted in a few situations where I had to search for tutorials/explanations and combine all of those. That...
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How to call Xrm.WebApi using TypeScript

A lot of projects come to a point where it gets necessary to get information from another entity within JavaScript (JS)/TypeScript (TS) to act on those in some way. There are different ways of achieving this. Some of those are sync calls, which should not be used. In this...
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