Join Ahmad Najjar, MVP, Infoworker, Norway for this video on How To create an item in SharePoint by HTTP Request.
Azure Functions are great! HTTP triggered Azure Functions are also great, but there’s one downside. All HTTP triggered Azure Functions are publicly available. While this might be useful in a lot of scenario’s, it’s also quite possible you don’t want ‘strangers’ hitting your public endpoints all the time. One way you can solve this is… READ MORE
When I read Ken’s blog post about an issue he had with a certain class in a project he is working on, his solution didn’t sit quite right with me. I know that in Ken’s case, the code couldn’t be improved any further because of dependencies on other bits. Nothing can stop us however from having a… READ MORE
I love working with the Angular HttpClient. It is easy to use and was designed to work with RxJS. It is vastly different from the AngularJS implementation, if you’re curious I wrote about these differences here. However, there is one common issue that developers fall victim to. The issue really relates to TypeScript generics. I have also written about generics in TypeScript here. But in… READ MORE
Today we have seen an exciting new action added to Microsoft Flow! The action is called Send an HTTP request to SharePoint. In this post I’m going to have a look at how to get site details out of SharePoint and after that the more exciting bit of how to create a new site. This will… READ MORE
Microsoft Flow – The hidden gems Microsoft Flow has many connectors available. A lot of these connectors give you an API into applications, but there are a few connectors that feel like the core of Microsoft Flow. Hopefully there connectors will be extended soon as some of them feel like a very good start, but… READ MORE
Angular 4 is great and comes loaded with more features. You might be wondering why Angular 3 was skipped. They made it this way to unify all Angular components with the Angular Router (already developed up to version 3) which had to be upgraded to v4. So, Angular 4 was the chosen name to mean… READ MORE