Microsoft is making some pretty significant changes to PowerApps and Flow licensing starting on October 1, 2019. The details of these changes have been trickling out since the initial announcement in mid-July at the Inspire conference. July 16: The Inspire session where the licensing changes were first announced: Microsoft Power Platform business model and licensing… Continue reading PowerApps and Flow Licensing Changes – October 2019
If you search for information on Flow error handling you’ll find that the Flow community generally recommends using a pattern like the one shown below. The actions that implement the main body of the Flow go into a Scope which is followed by two parallel Scopes, one to hold the actions that complete a successful… Continue reading Microsoft Flow Error Handling
Last July I wrote a blog post on the PAIT Group blog entitled SharePoint REST API and Lists with Folders. I wrote the post because the REST API has incomplete support for folders in lists and a lot of people were having problems trying to figure out how to perform common tasks. The two main culprits… Continue reading SharePoint REST API and Lists with Folders : A Redux
I’ve been doing a lot of work with Microsoft Flow lately and I came across a situation where I needed to make a call to the SharePoint REST API to move a list item from one folder to another. There’s currently no move action in Flow but there is a moveTo function in the REST… Continue reading Calling the SharePoint REST API in a Microsoft Flow
In this video I walk through the steps required to create a SharePoint Framework development environment.
I’ll be presenting three regular sessions and one fast-focus session at Office and SharePoint Live! The conference is in Orlando, FL from November 12 to 17. Make sure you use my discount code, LSPK87, for up to $500 off the registration cost. See you there! Fast-focus Session – Using Features to Provision Assets in SharePoint Framework… Continue reading Speaking at Office and SharePoint Live! in November
I’ll be presenting two sessions and co-presenting a workshop at DEVIntersection. The conference is in Las Vegas, NV from October 31 to November 2. Make sure you use my discount code, WINDSOR, for $50 off the registration cost. See you there! Workshop with Mark Rackley – SharePoint Online Development Options For the last few years… Continue reading Speaking at DEVIntersection in November
The SharePoint REST API support for folders is limited. The support that is there is tailored for working with documents in document libraries. I wrote a post over on the PAIT Group blog where I demonstrate how to perform several common actions against lists with folders using the REST API.
A few months ago Mikael Svenson blogged about a SharePoint Framework Script Editor web part he’d written. I took the core of Mikael’s Script Editor web part and built a prototype Content Editor web part – one that works as closely as possible to the “Classic” Content Editor web part. I wrote a post about… Continue reading A SharePoint Framework Content Editor Web Part