I am trying to edit an existing mobile app, but have realized that it is not that easy to work on an existing app, as it is to create a new one from scratch.
I am hoping that some of you can give a couple of pointers as to what would be the best approach when working on existing apps.
Can I get a preview of the app before publishing the app to the end user, and see what field is used in the app?
What is the best way to make a revers search in order to figuring out what table fields is used on each side in the mobile app?
I get the feeling that the app is great for creating new mobile apps, but the maintains of them is not that straightforward, is that correct?
Hi Shirley and Mark
Thank you for the answers.
I am still a little uncertain about some of things with the apps.
When looking at the standard apps that is accessible and the ones we have the opportunity to create from scratch. It seems that there is quite a different in what is possible to set up. Example could be the layout and the camera function in expense management. Would it be possible to set up the camera function from within d365 when creating an app?
In addition, it seems, that in order to maximize the benefit of working with the apps, the administrator need to have access to visual studio, is that correct?
And I have not been able to find any tutorial or educational material on the best practice for maintenance of the apps, after having published them to production. I have only been able to find the approach for creating the apps. If you have any links to material that would be greatly appreciated.
About materials - I found 5 short youtube videos with How To - helped a lot. With everything else I was investigating base functionality of Mobile Expense Management. And you need a lot of patience... Cause this thing is not working properly.
For example - it's almost impossible to debug something.
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