In this chapter, you learned how to create Dynamics user controls from Visual Studio, make them use the datasets created in AOT to retrieve data and, put that data into a grid that is displayed to the users. You also learned how to create a wizard that enables the users to create new records and how to create a toolbar that consists of elements defined in a web menu in AX.
You should now be able to webify simple forms in AX and, hopefully, you have gained enough knowledge to start experimenting with the other AX elements that are available in Visual Studio for you to tinker with.
You have also learned how to convert
WebForms to .NET user controls, a feature that can be very nice to use if you are converting an AX solution from an old version ...