22 December 2017
In a recent blog, we announced the general release of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2018. In this blog we will look at the new features that have been announced in the latest release that will effect end users. For those that are interested in new releases for developers, we will be releasing a follow up blog with information on this – sign up below to be kept up to date on all of the latest! On testing, it has been reported that there are a few minor bugs with specific features, but these are likely to be fixed before you decide to install or upgrade.
06 December 2017
On 9th November the NopCommerce team announced the release of version 4.0. Alongside some new features, some improvements and some bug fixes, the new version has been developed with ASP.NET Core.
From a non-technical perspective, the advantage to using ASP.NET Core is that it can be built upon .NET Standard instead of the .Net Framework. The difference is that .Net Framework has to sit in a Windows Operating System so by extension, your application that depends on it also has to be hosted in a Windows environment. With .Net Standard, it doesn’t rely on Windows libraries like .Net Framework, so it can be installed on both Linux and Mac environments. By extension this means that an ASP.Net Core application can also be run in those environments providing it targets .Net Standard.
01 December 2017
We are excited to announce that Microsoft’s ERP solution for the SMB market has been released today, Microsoft Dynamics NAV. As part of the ongoing journey of this product, we are excited to see the latest features. As is always the way with the release of the NAV products, information will slowly be released over the coming weeks. If you would like to be kept updated, please provide your details in the form below. In the mean time, here are the first pieces of released information, the Minimum operating requirements and the licencing guide!