When it comes to adapting to the latest technologies, it is important to have a fundamental understanding of the application stack. The SharePoint Framework is loaded with a mix of robust features that can create a lot of value when developed with your business process and user experience needs in mind. To help you get familiar with SPFx and better understand […]
In this webinar, we will deep dive into some of the more compelling advanced scenarios of the SharePoint Framework (SPFx) such as how SPFx can work with Add-Ins to help you implement advanced integration scenarios from the user interface. In our previous webinar, last month, we presented some of the basics of SPFx like modern design patterns and deployment best practices […]
Are you looking forward to getting rich re-usable web parts created in Office 365 and SharePoint 2016? We would like to welcome the introduction of Microsoft’s recently released SharePoint Framework, the new development model for creating UI components for SharePoint in the cloud and on-premise. It provides many of the capabilities that developers were familiar with in Full Trust Solutions but […]
Wow what a first day!
The Ignite experience couldn’t get any better, being surrounded by 23,000 Microsoft geeks ultimately with one goal in mind – returning to our employers with a head full of new knowledge on how to solve real business problems with the latest Microsoft technology with no regards for whether the solution is in production release from Microsoft, or […]
When supporting an on-premises SharePoint environment SharePoint admin rights are normally given to the support administrator or the password of the SharePoint farm’s admin service account is shared with them. Some organizations have a policy of not sharing the service account password and instead provide similar rights to the support user’s admin account.
To generate a user as a SharePoint farm administrator, […]
Search-driven applications are a great way to utilize the powerful SharePoint search features to surface content. SharePoint offers sleek methods to extend search to create search-based solutions and applications.
When you use the Search Results web part to display the search-driven content, you might want to sort or filter the search results. These results can be sorted and filtered on managed properties. […]
Users were complaining of slow performance when browsing SharePoint sites, as well as editing and uploading documents hosted within the SharePoint environment, it was just too slow. The time taken opening a document (250-600kb) from within a SharePoint site, editing that document, saving it back to SharePoint was taking 25-30 seconds which is a long time to sit there and […]
Where is the right place for information?
In today’s fast paced business, multiple information stores and hybrid environments are becoming standard for IT organizations to manage. Cloud technology options are becoming more and more mainstream and IT businesses who are not defining how this new emerging technology should be used will find themselves trying to catch up with business users will have […]
Today is a great day to be a SharePoint enthusiast. Not only is it Pi Day, but it is also Release to Manufacturing (RTM) of SharePoint Server 2016.
Why is this an important milestone for SharePoint?
This latest release includes new behind-the-scenes capabilities for us SharePoint geeks like zero downtime patching, but more importantly it also includes great strides […]
The development and customization landscape for Microsoft SharePoint is changing as more organizations adopt a hybrid on-premises and cloud strategy. Whether your organization has an on-premises SharePoint environment, plans to use Office 365, already has a hybrid on-premises and Office 365 environment, or all-cloud with Office 365, this webinar highlights some key development techniques to know:
- Understand how the SharePoint development customizations […]