When you design and develop applications in Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012, there are key patterns that you must consider to ensure scalable, maintainable, and high-performing applications
Store the data – You can design and write code to store business data. You store and retrieve data by developing and modifying tables, data types, and related objects. The data model is important to the application. An efficient data model will improve performance, maintenance, and the business value proposition.
Process the data – You can process and manipulate the creation and extraction of business data. You will convert data into information by running it through business logic and business parameters. Processing data is usually written in classes. When you write effective business logic, your application will be reusable, scalable, and high-performing.
Visualize the data – You can capture and present data on different UI elements – for example, Microsoft Windows, the web, and devices. When you follow the UX guidelines, you increase the usability of your application.
Further we will discuss the detail of Store, Process and Visualize data in Dynamics AX one by one with detailed examples.