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Demand for developers is continuously rising worldwide, increasing the requirement for attracting and raising the productivity of Business Central AL developers. In this release wave, we continue the investment in our Visual Studio Code experience by adding visual abstractions on top of AL code. This way, we bring better and more efficient management of AL objects across projects and workspaces and respond to the requests from multiple productivity partners across the tools experience. We are also investing in building new AL constructs for writing more performant code, as well as defining a more flexible and more consistent action pane structure in our clients.