Microsoft Graph API, Throttling & SharePoint Lists/Libraries – HTTP 429 Error Code

When developing against the Microsoft Graph you may find yourself experiencing  HTTP 429 Error Codes now that resource throttling is being implemented in different areas of the Graph. I came up against a strange and somewhat misleading one this week which is worth being aware of if you are using the Graph to access SharePoint lists... Continue Reading →

Sydney SharePoint User Group – The Transition to Modern Office Add-in Development

I had the pleasure this week of speaking at the Sydney SharePoint User Group on the topic of transitioning to the modern Office Add-in development model. We discussed: The existing COM/VSTO Office Add-in development model The reasons and drivers for needing a new development model What the modern Office Add-in development is and how it... Continue Reading →

I’m talking modern Office add-in development at this months Sydney SharePoint User Group

The Transition to Modern Office Add-in Development Microsoft SharePoint is developed by the same team responsible for the Microsoft Office desktop applications. There has always been a strong connection between these products. Up until recently, developers who wanted to integrate Word, Excel, PowerPoint with SharePoint would use the COM add-in model. But now Microsoft has... Continue Reading →

Microsoft Ignite 2017 Highlights for the Office & SharePoint Developer

What a massive week in Orlando for Office developers. So many sessions, so much new information, it really was a case of drinking from the fire hose! Thankfully most sessions were recorded and are progressively being made available along with the relevant slide decks on https://myignite.microsoft.com/videos If you only have time to watch one session... Continue Reading →

Getting Started: The Basics of Using PowerShell with SharePoint

I’m a SharePoint guy, and certainly no PowerShell expert. I know enough PowerShell to get things done in SharePoint from time to time. I can often go months without using PowerShell and talking to colleagues I don’t think I’m alone in the SharePoint community. So if you are just starting out with using PowerShell to do... Continue Reading →

SharePoint PowerShell How To: Create SharePoint List Items (in Root and in Folders) for Load/Performance Testing

SharePoint PowerShell How To Series - Foreword I often find myself scratching around the local drive of my development machines for remnants of PowerShell scripts to generate list & libraries in SharePoint with all sorts of different folder hierarchies to test the performance of code I’m working on to ensure it scales well once the folder... Continue Reading →

SharePoint PowerShell How To: Create SharePoint Test Documents in Library Folders for Load/Performance Testing

SharePoint PowerShell How To Series - Foreword I often find myself scratching around the local drive of my development machines for remnants of PowerShell scripts to generate list & libraries in SharePoint with all sorts of different folder hierarchies to test the performance of code I’m working on to ensure it scales well once the folder... Continue Reading →

SharePoint PowerShell How To: Create SharePoint Document Sets for Load/Performance Testing

SharePoint PowerShell How To Series - Foreword I often find myself scratching around the local drive of my development machines for remnants of PowerShell scripts to generate list & libraries in SharePoint with all sorts of different folder hierarchies to test the performance of code I’m working on to ensure it scales well once the folder... Continue Reading →

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