Showing results for tag : Microsoft

Virtual Lookups and The Customer Data Type

Josh Elster | 4/13/2017

Josh Elster is back in his latest blog post explaining how virtual lookup and customer data types work in both irAuthor and Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Read More

Microsoft.Xrm.Client Woes and How to Resolve Them

Josh Elster | 3/28/2017

Josh Elster show us how to solve a common problem for Microsoft.Xrm.Client. Read More

InRule® and .NET Core

Renee Wagner | 1/9/2017

Renee Wagner shares the scoop about .NET Core and InRule. Read More

Extensions: The Drinking Bird of irAuthor

Mike Grucella | 5/24/2016

Mike Grucella explains how to simplify and customize the user interface of irAuthor. Read More

Getting Started with InRule for Microsoft Azure

Ryan Rinaldi | 5/11/2016

InRule Lead Product Engineer Ryan Rinaldi walks readers through how to get started using InRule for Microsoft Azure. Read More

Dynamic Surveys in Dynamics CRM Part II: Managing Dependencies

Josh Elster | 9/29/2015

Josh Elster dives deeper into dynamic surveys in this second post on the topic. Read More

Dynamic Surveys in Dynamics CRM Part I: Don't Be a Monkey With Your Survey

Josh Elster | 8/17/2015

Josh Elster presents the story of Kevin and how he achieves hero-status by creating a dynamic and logic-driven survey that enhances customer experience and builds on the capabilities of InRule and Microsoft Dynamics CRM. Read More

New Feature: Background Compilation

Mark Malen | 5/28/2015

Mark Malen introduces InRule's new background compilation feature and demonstrates how it can make your life easier. Read More

Microsoft Portable Business Logic or InRule?

Mike Grucella | 5/18/2015

Mike Grucella compares Microsoft Portable Business Logic to InRule and highlights when each solution can provide the most value to your organization. Read More

InRulians in Europe

David Thornton | 11/17/2014

David Thornton, from InRule Technology's UK office, details the many highs of Convergence Europe and the company's inaugural User Community gathering for the EMEA region. Read More