Dynamics 365 and Node.js integration using the Web API - part 2

Last year I wrote a post that showed how to retrieve data from a Dynamics 365 Online organization in a Node.js application using the Web API. Today I will share sample code that shows how to update data from a Node.js application using the Web API. Updating a »

Scheduling Dynamics 365 workflows with Azure Functions and Node.js

Earlier this week I showed an easy way to integrate a Node.js application with Dynamics 365 using the Web API. Building on that example, I have created a scheduled workflow runner using Node.js and Azure Functions. Here's how I did it. First, I created a workflow in Dynamics »

Dynamics 365 and Node.js integration using the Web API

I wrote a blog post in early 2015 that showed how to access the Dynamics CRM organization data service from a Node.js application. Today I will show an easy way to retrieve data from a Dynamics 365 Online organization in a Node.js application using the Web API. Unlike »

Dynamics CRM and the Internet of Things - part 5

This is the fifth and final post in a five-part series on how I integrated a Raspberry Pi with Microsoft Dynamics CRM to recognize contacts using automobile license plates. Although the code samples are focused on license plate recognition, the solution architecture I used is applicable to any Dynamics CRM »

Dynamics CRM and the Internet of Things - part 4

This is the fourth post in a five-part series on how I integrated a Raspberry Pi with Microsoft Dynamics CRM to recognize contacts using automobile license plates. Although the code samples are focused on license plate recognition, the solution architecture I used is applicable to any Dynamics CRM + Internet of »

Dynamics CRM and the Internet of Things - part 3

This is the third post in a five-part series on how I integrated a Raspberry Pi with Microsoft Dynamics CRM to recognize contacts using automobile license plates. Although the code samples are focused on license plate recognition, the solution architecture I used is applicable to any Dynamics CRM + Internet of »

Dynamics CRM and the Internet of Things - part 2

This is the second post in a five-part series on how I integrated a Raspberry Pi with Microsoft Dynamics CRM to recognize contacts using automobile license plates. As I mentioned in the first post of the series, the solution architecture I used is applicable to any Dynamics CRM + Internet of »

Dynamics CRM and the Internet of Things - part 1

Today's post is the first in a five-part series on how I integrated a Raspberry Pi with Microsoft Dynamics CRM to recognize contacts using automobile license plates. Although my solution is focused on the use of license plate numbers captured by a webcam, the solution architecture is applicable to any »