Recently a fellow D365 developer, Lars Müller, wrote an article on how to Build a versioned XrmToolBox plugin.
I am taking this one step further, to show you how to create a complete CI/CD pipeline for your XrmToolBox tools.
Of course, the primary reason for creating an automated pipeline for Continuous Integration / Continuous Deployment is to standardize versioning, naming, and any…
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