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Site Design & Site Script with the Modern SharePoint Experience
By Frederic Le Pors
Using Power BI to Report on Multi-Value SharePoint Fields
By John White
Multi value fields are really SharePoint’s way of approximating the behavior of a one-to-many relationship of a relational database. SharePoint can store list-based data, and even though it has the concept of a lookup field, it is not a relational database. Chances are however that if we’re reporting on this type of field, we want it to behave as though it were. Fortunately, Power BI gives us several options for doing this. – read more
How to create site collections by PowerShell using SharePoint Online Management Shell
By Jeff Angama
Are you migrating from another system and you need to create multiple site collection by PowerShell?
This code covers :
- How to connect to office 365 using credentials stored in a text file, so that you don’t have to re-authenticate each time you run it.
- Iterate an array of sites URL to be created
- Create team sites (template sts). The template id has been found with Get-SPOSite on an existing website. You can create a site manually and find its template this way
SharePoint Development with the SharePoint Framework
By Jussi Roine and Olli Jääskeläinen
This exclusive free chapter Introducing SharePoint Online for Developers from SharePoint Development with the SharePoint Framework by Jussi Roine and Olli Jääskeläinen starts by getting you familiar with the basic capabilities of SPFx.
-What is SharePoint Online?
-Why SharePoint Online?
-Office 365 licensing
-Getting started with SharePoint Online
-Developing solutions for SharePoint Online
This month’s most popular How to Video
How to Activate or Deactivate Site Features in SharePoint 2016
By Asif Rehmani
Depending on your SharePoint Site users needs, there are times you would want only certain features to be available.
As an owner of a Site, you can manage the features –Watch now
This month’s top webinar on-demand
By Lieven Iliano
Key benefits of watching:
– TypeScript language features
– Benefits of TypeScripts
– TypeScript within the SharePoint Framework
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