There are many things we do with SharePoint that can be either scripted or formatted that require some sort of code. In my previous post, I talk about how it can assist content creators, but what about people who are building things? Here are two examples that might inspire you to try this yourself, the first… READ MORE
Have you ever wanted to impress your co-workers with awesome looking lists in SharePoint? In this webinar recording with Marijn Somers, we take a look at conditional formatting within SharePoint. Learn how to win over your colleagues by creating modern lists using column formatting or view formatting in SharePoint.
Key Takeaways from the Webinar
1. Learn what SharePoint can do by default to deliver awesome looking lists and libraries.
2. You will know how to go beyond the defaults with SharePoint formatting.
3. Know what you can do with column formatting vs. view formatting.
4. You will know why you shouldn’t have spaces in your columns.
This seems to have become a series, as Microsoft adds features to SharePoint JSON formatting. The previous installment is here. A week ago, Microsoft released a new @UIlcid token, which corrects the problem that I discussed in the previous post. This time, this token is the actual current language of the site, unlike the @lcid token… READ MORE
Using the new Column Formatter available in SharePoint Online, power users and developers can finally get back some of the functionality they lost when Microsoft changed the way calculated fields could be rendered and removed JSLink from our arsenal of tools in modern list views.
In this video, join Mark Rackley, MVP, PAIT Group, USA as he demonstrated How To use a JSON object in the column formatter in SharePoint.
Probably there’s no need for me to say why .NET Core 3.0 is a big deal. There are enough articles on that. For a great write-up see Announcing .NET Core 3.0. From the inception of the .NET Core project, we’ve added around fifty thousand .NET Framework APIs to the platform. .NET Core 3.0 closes much of the… READ MORE
Recently I’ve gotten into answering Go questions on StackOverflow, and one of the patterns I noticed are many repetitive questions about JSON processing. The goal of this post is to collect a “cookbook” of JSON processing code and examples; think of it as a vastly expanded version of the JSON gobyexample page. It’s a living document… READ MORE
A couple of days ago, I was helping a friend with a case in Microsoft Flow … So I thought this is a good time to write a new article that would be a reference for my friend, and hopefully others would find this useful if they came across the same issue. The Case It’s… READ MORE
For some reason, I have spent a couple of days thinking about versioning HTTP based APIs. Actually, the reason is that I have a client who is using quite a lot of HTTP based APIs, but in a way that I find less than perfect. I’m not blaming them in any way, as it is… READ MORE
This post will show you how to make a REST call to the SharePoint API and process the JSON response using Microsoft Flow. Background As part of a solution I was building I needed to count the number of users in a SharePoint permission group. Unfortunately, the number of users is not returned in the SharePoint… READ MORE