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Use PowerShell to communicate with Dynamics CRM using the .NET XRM SDK

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If you've developed client applications or plugins for Dynamics CRM before, you are familiar with the CRM/XRM DLL's. You may have gotten those DLL's from the CRM installation, the SDK zip, or the NuGet package. Another way to interact with the CRM DLL's is through PowerShell. PowerShell is built upon .NET meaning you can call exactly the same CRM libraries from PowerShell as from .NET applications.
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PowerShell snippet: Get optionset value/labels from Dynamics CRM Entity/Attribute

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Instead of having to use the CRM interface to copy all the labels and values manually, you can save yourself a lot of time using this PowerShell script. Using the following script file named "GetOptionSet.ps1", you can list all the value/label pairs for a given Entity + OptionSet-Attribute:
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How to run ASP.NET Core as a service on Linux without reverse proxy, no NGINX or Apache

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This article walks us through running a ASP.NET Core web application on Linux (RHEL) using systemd. The end goal is to serve ASP.NET Core directly via the built-in Kestrel webserver over port 80/443.
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How to run a .NET Core console app as a service using Systemd on Linux (RHEL)

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Let's learn how to run a .NET Core console application on systemd. After running aconsole app as a service, we'll upgrade to using the worker template designed for long running services/daemons. Lastly, we'll add the systemd package integration.
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Implementing Responsive Images in Umbraco

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The web platform has responsive image capabilities such as the srcset-attribute, sizes-attribute, and the picture-element. These capabilities may seem daunting sometimes. We'll learn how to make them available and maintainable to Umbraco content editors.