You've written your awesome web app and you've been an awesome developer by handling those pesky intermittent connectivity issues that happen now and again when making HTTP requests. Typically you are doing this by catching the common HTTP Error Status Codes and performing retries. When it comes to testing you will want to methodically test... Continue Reading →
I was fortunate enough to be involved in a 1:1 hack engagement with Microsoft recently where OnePlace Solutions hosted some eager Microsoft engineers for a week long engagement. The intention was to see how we could harness some of Microsoft's new Teams extensibility options and the Graph API, and for Microsoft to identify limitations or... Continue Reading →
Lets start with a little bit of history, the year was 2008, Windows PCs and Microsoft Office had been entrenched throughout organizations around the globe. We saved all our files on a network drive (if we were smart), or SharePoint if we were really smart and had a dedicated engineer that could keep up with... Continue Reading →
Very handy tool that developers and admins can add to their toolbag. Similar to the SharePoint Manager 2010/2013 tool that has been a great resource for many years now. SharePoint Client Browser has the added benefit of supporting different credentials modes, remote SharePoint Sites and handy PowerShell integration.
Finally after 2 months I decided to build the 1.0 version of SharePoint Client Browser and released it to the community! Although the preview (beta) status did not prevent people from downloading it. The counter is currently set at 555 downloads since start of the project on the 2nd of July (only 2 months ago).
CodePlex project and download at https://spcb.codeplex.com/.
So what got changed? I guess almost everything changed from authentication support for default (username and password), SharePoint Online, anonymous and forms based all the way to almost complete coverage of the Client Side Object Model (CSOM). That’s a bit over the top, but the basics for Foundation are in the tool. New capabilities for future releases will focus on Server components like taxonomy.
Remote PowerShell for SharePoint Online and on-premise
A hidden gem is the PowerShell support. It’s very easy to start a PowerShell session and use…
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In this article you will learn how to create a custom list definition (not a list instance) using the Visual Studio 2012 visual designer with step-by-step with screenshots.In Visual Studio 2012 select File | New ProjectSelect Templates | Visual C# | Office/SharePoint | SharePoint 2013 – Empty ProjectIf you don’t see this type of project... Continue Reading →
Prior to Windows Server 2012 I had been use to installing DLL files in the Windows Global Assembly Cache (GAC) by either opening the Windows/Assembly folder in Explorer and simply dragging and dropping the file, or by using GacUtil.exe With Windows Server 2012 unfortunately it’s not quite so easy. Being able to simply open the... Continue Reading →
The following information appeared in an article written by Tom Warren on The Verge: Microsoft is planning to allow developers to create "Agaves" web extensions to bring third-party functionality to Office clients. Web developers will be able to create an area within an Office application that lets webpages interact with documents and augment content with... Continue Reading →
From a development perspective we were able to achieve some really nice integration with Outlook UI as part of this release. One of the highlights was the Recent Locations tracking and exposing this in the Outlook navigation pane. As you save emails/attachments using OnePlaceMail those locations are exposed as Recent Locations in the Outlook as... Continue Reading →