The Engage Weblog


Update An Old Plugin To Work with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015

By David Williams on 10/5/2015

In this blog post I'll explore a very real scenario where a plugin was broken after a recent update to Dynamics CRM 2015.  We will dive into the code and update the plugin to work with the latest SDK and actually deploy the plugin back to CRM.


The Fallacy of the 4th Quarter

By Jason Stone on 10/1/2015

Planning web development that's to occur in the 4th quarter can be a tricky proposition. It pays to be informed on the potential hurdles you could face with your development firm.

5 Web Design and Development Challenges for Associations, and How to Overcome Them

By Jason Stone on 9/29/2015

While many inherent challenges come with developing and designing a website, some surface time and time again -- for associations in particular. Here are the 5 most common challenges in a website project and a look at how to overcome them.

Creating a Custom Theme For Dynamics CRM 2015 Update 1

By David Williams on 9/28/2015

Since the release of Update 1 for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2015, you are now able to create a basic theme for your CRM instance.  In this blog post, I'll show you step by step how you can create a theme that matches your companies color scheme.

Meet our New Project Manager, Marisa Ray

By Rich Campbell on 9/2/2015

Help us welcome our new project manager, Marisa Ray, to our growing team

The New and Improved .Net Framework and ASP.NET vNext

By Joshua Bradley on 8/17/2015

Over here at the Engage Headquarters, we recently have been excitedly discussing ASP.NET vNext, or as it is now called, ASP.NET 5 and the changes that will follow. This is a fair warning before reading on, this article is from more of a technical perspective than anything else.

How to configure CRM to display a report on a dashboard in Dynamics CRM 2015 Online

By David Williams on 8/14/2015

Adding a report to a dashboard in Dynamics CRM online 2015 can be a little more difficult than it seems.  In this blog post, I'll show you how to work around a common error I see when people try to add a report.  

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Infinite Scrolling’s Impact on the User Experience

By Anthony Overkamp on 7/29/2015

If you're like me, and get most current events via your Twitter feed or have spent some time looking up hilarious memes on Google Images, then you’ve experienced infinite scrolling—a web design technique in which content continually loads as a user scrolls down the page. Infinite scrolling is most commonly utilized on social networking sites such as Twitter and Tumblr, and websites like, where the ability to quickly scan information is a major component of the user experience.

How do I migrate from Joomla CMS to DNN (formerly DotNetNuke) or DNN Evoq Content CMS?

By Jason Stone on 7/17/2015

A review of the latest report from BuiltWith®, the popular website profiler, reveals that the greatest migration of CMSs to the DNN platform is from Joomla to DNN, which may explain why you are reading this blog post. The answer to the question "How do I migrate from Joomla DNN" -- as is the case with most good questions -- is "It depends."


Engage Welcomes Three More to Our Growing Team

By Rich Campbell on 6/30/2015

Here we are at the mid-point of 2015, and what a whirlwind of a year it has been thus far. Over the past couple of months, we’ve added several new clients and even introduced Microsoft Dynamics CRM development to our repertoire. Of course, more clients and more services mean more work. And, more work means growing our staff.