Lots of exciting announcements from the SharePoint 2018 conference in Las Vagas, but one area I started to play with is the newest sp-starter-kit project from PnP. However, there isn’t much in the way of documentation (yet), so I thought I'd of just note down some steps to get going... Prerequisites There are a few … Continue reading Getting started with the SharePoint Starter Kit from the PnP team
A continuous learning activity of looking at the new modern custom column formatting and applying in bulk to multiple locations.
One of many cool announcements from Microsoft Ignite 2017, was the introduction of SharePoint Modern Themes.
In numerous projects I have seen development environments that resemble nothing like production. Only to result in a problematic transition through the ALM process, bugs caused by inconsistency, significant differences in SharePoint updates, configuration and even permissions. I am not saying that you shouldn't write your app to "expect a specific configuration" or to avoid … Continue reading Importance of aligned SharePoint Development environments
Microsoft announced a need development framework for SharePoint, based on pure client side technologies. This framework would be utilising a combination of Node.js, Gulp, TypeScript, React and Knockout.
This summer is looking like an awesome period for new development features and the Office PnP team recently published a web cast on SharePoint Web Hooks in Office 365, although this is not yet released, the public preview for first release tenants will be due this summer. So what are Web Hooks? Web Hooks are an asynchronous push … Continue reading Upcoming SharePoint WebHooks