The Complete Dynamics 365 CE Developer Course - Part 1

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Posted on 2021-03-15, by 0nelovee.


The Complete Dynamics 365 CE Developer Course - Part 1
MP4 | h264, 1280x720 | Lang: English | Audio: aac, 48000 Hz | 4h 24m | 3.95 GB
What you'll learn

Understand what it takes to become a Dynamics 365 CE developer
Learn about different types of customizations in Dynamics 365 CE
Understand Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement Architecture in detail
How to do OOB Vs Code based Customization in Dynamics 365
Learn how to develop Plugins and Custom Workflow Activities
How to create PowerApps applications
How to create Power Automate Flows
Basic computer knowledge
Passionate enough to become a Dynamics 365 CE developer
Basic C# Programming
JavaScript Basics
This course is your entry point to Dynamics 365 Customer engagement(CRM) and PowerApps development. You will learn the basics of Development on Dynamics 365 CE.

This course is the part 1 of the 8 course series on Dynamics 365 & PowerApps development.

What you would learn?

Basics of Dynamics 365

Dynamics 365 CE architecture

OOB Vs Code based customization

Entity, View and Dashboard customization

Plugin development basics

Custom workflow activities

JavaScript development basics

Overview of Power Platform

Who should Attend?

Anyone can attend this course as long as you want to become a Dynamics 365 CE + PowerApps developer.

You can be:


IT Manager


Software Architects

Job Opportunities for Dynamics 365 CE and PowerApps developers:

• Dynamics 365 provides an amazing job opportunity. There is a need for more developers in the market than functional consultants and administrators. 1:5 Ratio of functional Consultant to developers

• Average Salary $80,000 to $120,000 per annum for experienced 5-10 years developer.

Course Contents:

This course includes 8 sessions and 50+ chapters. The following are the 8 sessions includes in the Dynamics 365 CE + PowerApps developer Beginner course.

Section 1 - Course Overview

Section 2 - Dynamics 365 CE Overview

Section 3 - Customizing Dynamics 365 CE

Section 4 - Set up Development environment

Section 5 - Customization Basics

Section 6 - OOB Customization

Section 7 - Code based Customization

Section 8 - Microsoft Power Platform

Pre-requisites to attend this course:

Basic Computer knowledge

C# Programming Fundamentals

JavaScript Basics

Interest to learn a new application.

What is the next step?

The next step would be start learning part 2- Dynamics 365 development course.

8 course Dynamics 365 CE + PowerApps development Course Series.

You can continue learning Dynamics 365 and PowerApps development through the following courses:

Course 1 - Dynamics 365 CE + PowerApps Developer Beginner Course

Course 2 - OOB Customization in Dynamics 365 CE

Course 3 - Automation in Dynamics 365 CE

Course 4 - Code Based Customization in Dynamics 365 CE

Course 5 - Advanced Development in Dynamics 365 CE

Course 6 - JavaScript Development in Dynamics 365 CE

Course 7 - Web API in Dynamics 365 CE

Course 8 - PowerApps Development Course.

By the end of this course series you will be an expert Dynamics 365 CE + PowerApps developer :)

Who this course is for:
Developers who want to switch into Dynamics 365 domain
Students who want to jump into Dynamics 365 career
Anyone who want to start their career in Dynamics 365
IT Managers



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