I was only recently introduced to the Tailwind CSS framework while putting together a sample for the Lap around the Microsoft Graph Toolkit series. I liked the simplicity of Tailwind although it took me a while to get it working in an Angular app created with the Angular CLI (V9) so I'm sharing the steps... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/YNimSWQ72UE YouTube hosted recording of Building Apps Super Using The Microsoft Graph Toolkit session by Cameron Dwyer You can also view all the other awesome sessions from Valo Fest 2020 on YouTube
It's hard to reach for the right words in response to receiving such a respected award within the Microsoft technical community.
SharePoint list and libraries allow you to configure columns of metadata. Many of the column types support the concept of a default value. Some column types go further and allow for a different default value to be used if saving into particular folders within the library. This article is an audit of the different column... Continue Reading →
Application Insights is great for collecting telemetry from your application. You have a lot of control and in addition to the telemetry automatically collected you can also make your own calls to log custom telemetry events and collect variable/state data from your application. This type of data can be very useful for troubleshooting and diagnosing... Continue Reading →
I had the pleasure of virtually emerging from my COVID bunker to present at the amazing M365 May event. This was my first virtual presentation experience and although a little weird to not have people to talk to and interact with, I still had a lot of fun. Thank you to everyone that joined the... Continue Reading →
The new blog series "A Lap Around the Microsoft Graph Toolkit" is a great way to start. Short, easy to read and digest posts that take you from zero knowledge. I wrote todays post about the mgt-get component that allows you to securely show any data set from the Microsoft Graph in a couple of... Continue Reading →
When writing Kusto queries it is often useful to be able to write queries that span multiple Application Insight instances. This is especially true for micro-services where each service has it's own Application Insight instance. I've tried several times in the past to write cross instance queries and failed to find a way even though... Continue Reading →