Last time out we were discussing defining your build pipeline in a YAML file. That post was an intro to what pipelines are and the benefits of defining the tasks that it runs in a YAML file alongside your other source code. Now we’ll turn our attention to some Business Central specific considerations.
We’re start by defining the key objectives of the build…
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