Bugfixes for LinterCop Rule LC0015

I just released a new version for the BusinessCentral.LinterCop. This rule is similar to the PTE0004 from Microsoft which checks for your tables to have a TableData permission set. All the other permissions are not covered. After some discussion and some thoughts I ended up also including the check for TableData in LC0015. If youContinue reading “Bugfixes for LinterCop Rule LC0015”

How to takle all the challenges with BC SaaS?

It’s been a while since my last blog post and this time its not about a technical topic. I have just watched the (right now) latest video from @SteveEndow and he asks a lot of questions and leaves open the answers. I just feel like I could share a few of my thoughts about someContinue reading “How to takle all the challenges with BC SaaS?”

Be careful with dynamic code

I believe there is a time in every AL developers live where he discovers the power of RecordRef and FieldRef. It is surely Incredible what you can achieve with these tools and how fast you can deliver a pretty good working piece of code. At least this is the way I remember my first solutionsContinue reading “Be careful with dynamic code”

AL Lint v0.1.7: Code Metrics

This morning I updated the code metrics calculation in AL Lint. Code metrics are meant to give you some comparable numbers on how complex your code is. Why is this important information? In general, if you install this extension, you aim for clean code. This is because code is written once but probably is readContinue reading “AL Lint v0.1.7: Code Metrics”

VS Code extension: AL Lint

Maybe you have read this in twitter already: I took over the AL Lint extension for VS Code from Mark Brummel. He searched quite some time already for someone and finally he found me 😀 For now I did two things on this extension for now. I worked myself a little bit into extension developmentContinue reading “VS Code extension: AL Lint”

Condition basics in AL

Recently I posted a “Did you know that …” post on Twitter showing an alternative way to write an if-condition. Today I thought: Hey, I might have some more examples for different ways to write conditions and here we are 😉 First start with the most simple if statement there is: It just checks ifContinue reading “Condition basics in AL”