Announcing Personal Bookmarks in the Power BI Service Nikhil Gaekwad Product Manager, Power BI Earlier last year, we announced bookmarking to be generally available in Power BI Desktop. Bookmarks are currently used by many report authors to share interesting insights, tell a story, and create intuitive navigation elements within a report. Since its introduction, one Read More →

Here I’m again, ready to continue this post (http://thinkaboutit.be/2019/01/how-do-i-create-a-document-report-and-layout-in-vscode-part1). At this moment we have a dataset that fetches information from two tables: a header and a line, that are joined together via the DataItemLink and PrintOnlyIfDetail properties. Now it’s time to add a layout. Now, a report can have none, one, or multiple layouts. Using the Read More →

Some time ago I mentioned a brand new product: SQL Operations Studio. Its feature set was small and aimed mainly at the developer persona. Now, recently, SQL Operations Studio was rebranded as Azure Data Studio. Although they’re effectively the same thing currently, you do need to install Azure Data Studio separately from your existing sqlops Read More →

https://community.dynamics.com/business/b/businesscentraldevitpro/archive/2018/12/20/developer-preview-december-2018 This December marks the two year anniversary of the very first AL Developer preview back in December 2016. And we want to use this opportunity to say “Thank you!” to all the partners that have dived into AL, installed the Visual Studio Code, and AL Language tools. We are now at 47K downloads, and Read More →

The new modeling view for Power BI Desktop is here! See the announcement in the November Power BI Desktop feature summary. It is designed to work with enterprise datasets that grow in complexity. Such datasets can easily contain over 100 tables. Here is a summary of what you can do with the new modeling view. Read More →

Almost every time I deliver a training, presentation, webinar,… someone always asks me, what is this magic you use to zoom in and out and annotate? Well, the answer is: ZoomIt, by Mark Russinovich. ZoomIt is a screen zoom and annotation tool for technical presentations that include application demonstrations. ZoomIt runs unobtrusively in the tray Read More →

Microsoft is ready with the November update of the Developer Preview With this release, we bring you several new features that help building your solutions as extensions. Again this month we have fixed a large number of GitHub issues, see what’s been closed here: closed bugs in November. This Developer Preview is available only through Read More →