Learn the application foundation with the AL programming language for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central
Do you want to start developing solutions using application language (AL) for Business Central? This learning path introduces AL and discusses statements, codeunits, functions, events, triggers, and more.
Knowledge of how to create a new AL Extension project
Basic knowledge of Dynamics 365 Business Central and how it works
Previous developer experience using AL or another programming language is helpful
This module explains how you can use error handling methods in application language (AL) to handle errors that occur during code implementation while making sure that your application has a consistent user interface.
Do you want to create custom functions in AL? This module will focus on explaining how you can create new functions. Additionally, it will describe the difference between local and global functions, the difference between local and global variables, and how you can pass variables to a function.
Do you want to know how to access different table and page triggers? Do you also want to learn how to develop by using event-based architecture? If so, this module will explain how to use events and triggers in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central.