A new topic called Choose your Development Style for Managed Code that describes the choices of tools and classes you can use when you write managed code and provides information to help you decide what is best for your needs.
A new topic called Create Accessible Web Resources that provides an introduction to creating web resources that offer equivalent functionality for all users so that people with disabilities will be able to use your web resources. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj602917.aspx
Improved authentication helper code and a new sample that demonstrates how to connect to the web services without using helper code.
Code changes to work in browsers to be supported in a later release, and information to guide you in making those changes.
For those of you trying to access a parent form’s Xrm.Page object in CRM 2011 you can use the following syntax.
From an IFrame HTML page
From a new window/dialog
An example of a new window being used is when you are viewing the Account Form and then choose to create a new Contact from the left hand navigation pane and then within the Contact Form you need to access the Account Form (parent).
Potential CRM 4 syntax to be replaced is as follows
Both Mitch Milam MVP and I searched high and low for this solution as the Xrm.Page object is not in the DOM at that same location as the CRM 4 crmForm object. Please let us know if you experience any problems with accessing parent forms and we will try and help you.