In this video I walk through the steps required to create a SharePoint Framework development environment.
IMPORTANT UPDATE – PLEASE READ: It looks like as of May 1, 2018 Microsoft made changes that invalidate the techniques shown in this post. Attempting to exchange the access token received by the user interface with an access token that can be used to interact with SharePoint now fails with the following error message: “AADSTS240002:… Continue reading Walkthrough: Building a Custom Web API for use with SharePoint Online
Details and links to sample videos for my upcoming Pluralsight course: Developing SharePoint-hosted Apps. The course should be published sometime in early August. Course Description: This demo-heavy course covers everything you need to know to get started building SharePoint-Hosted Apps that work with SharePoint 2013, SharePoint 2016 or SharePoint Online. We start with a general… Continue reading My Next Pluralsight Course
In this video I demonstrate how to add TypeScript support to SharePoint projects in Visual Studio 2013 or 2015.
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.
A quick look at what’s new – and what’s not new – for developers in SharePoint Server 2016,
My Generics in VB.NET course for Pluralsight was published today! #woot
Over the Summer, Microsoft released JSON Light support in the SharePoint 2013 REST API. One of the big bits of feedback we got from developers using the REST SharePoint API was about the payload of the data that was returned. Our response was to add support for JSON Light. JSON Light is an open standard… Continue reading Video: JSON Light Support in the SharePoint 2013 REST API