I recently started streaming on Twitch. In a recent stream I covered how to setup an Office 365 developer tenant and a SharePoint Framework development environment.
I’ve had a couple opportunities to integrate Azure Functions into the SharePoint Development I’ve been doing lately and I’ve started sharing what I’ve learned in different places. In late July I recorded an interview with Paul Schaeflein on the topic for the Microsoft 365 Developer Podcast: Azure Functions and SharePoint with Rob Windsor. I’ve also… Continue reading Integrating Azure Functions into your SharePoint Development
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
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
A few people have asked for advice on resources to help them get started with SharePoint development. Here are a few I like to suggest, add a comment if you have others. Sites SharePoint 2013 development overview Getting Started (SharePoint Development in Visual Studio) SharePoint Add-ins Videos Channel 9 Microsoft Virtual Academy Pluralsight On-demand Library… Continue reading Getting Started with SharePoint 2013/2016/Online Development
In this video I demonstrate how to add TypeScript support to SharePoint projects in Visual Studio 2013 or 2015.
It seems that there is some confusion over these two acronyms. Let me see if I can’t help clear that up. CSOM stands for (the) Client Object Model. This is a remote API that has three implementations: one for .NET managed code (e.g. C# and VB), one for Silverlight (yes, that still exists), and one… Continue reading CSOM and JSOM in SharePoint – Explaining what the acronyms mean
In this first update to What’s New for Developers in SharePoint 2016 we’ll see how to create Add-In (App) projects that will work with SharePoint 2016 Beta 2 and talk about additions to CSOM and the REST API.