Developer Webinar Series

We have been offering a number of webinars for Acumatica Developers, where we have demonstrated a number of new features we are delivering in Acumatica 2019 R1 which was released in March 2019. We discussed how the code and the way new features have been implemented as well as a number of best practices. We want to make sure our developer community is informed about current and future improvements and the impact that these features and changes may have – including possibly breaking existing code implementations.

Please check back for future webinars we are planning that you can register to attend.

Customization of the Features Set in Acumatica 2019 R1 (For ISVs) – 25th March 2019

Starting with Acumatica 2019 R1, we will be allowing ISVs to customize the Enable/Disable Features Form and use our Licensing engine to control the availability of your custom features. We will be showing you how to customize it and describe the actions you need to perform to register your feature switches on our licensing server.

Acumatica Developer Webinar Series: Customization of the Features Set in Acumatica 2019 R1 (For ISVs)
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API Enhancements and Limitations – 11th March 2019

With the release of 2019 R1, we are introducing several improvements to our contract based APIs that will make life of an integration developer easier. One of the important changes we are making has to do with the way our API limits work. Instead of throwing an error on reaching the API requests limit, Acumatica will now throttle extra queries, but not interrupt them. We also have made several enhancements and optimizations related to creating Sales Orders, Shipments, Bills and Purchase Receipts. Please join our webinar to see these enhancements demonstrated.

Acumatica Developer Webinar Series: API Enhancements and Limitations
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BQL Enhancements – 1st March 2019

We are constantly working on improving our platform and development tools. In this instance, we introduce a number of enhancements for BQL. We have Linq support for BQL, new FBQL syntax and some other minor improvements. In this webinar, we’ll demonstrate some examples and discuss some not so obvious aspects of these new features.

Acumatica Developer Webinar Series: BQL Enhancements
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Customization Manager Improvements – 27th February 2019

Acumatica 2019 R1 contains a number of changes that allows you to get your solution certified more easily. We’ve added support of C# 7.0 for the built-in code editor, the ability to verify solution initials from the customization manager, a way to generate excel workbooks required for certification from the customization manager, the ability to see all 3rd-party libraries your customization uses, and some validations. We also talk about the certification process and certification tools.

Acumatica Developer Webinar Series: Customization Manager Improvements
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Generic Inquiry Improvements – 25th February 2019

Pivots, navigation, totals, side panels, conditional colorization, OData and Push notifications. All these features are supported by our Generic Inquiries. We demonstrated all of these and also shared some of our future concepts that we are working on delivering. Lastly, we showed some rather useful tips & tricks. Be sure to listen to the end where we answered a number of questions the attendees asked.

Acumatica Developer Webinar Series: Generic Inquiries Improvements
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Credit Card Processing Enhancements – 22nd February 2019

Below in the recorded session, we discuss our roadmap for our credit card processing plugin for 2019 R2 and discuss what’s new in 2019 R1 . We talked about our new processing plugin interface, mobile credit card payments, portal payments, changes in our Credit Card Payments workflows, and deprecating older plugins.

Developer Webinar Series: Credit Card Processing Enhancements
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