I published two scripts on Powershell gallery in order to help automated deployment of a SharePoint Framework solution: https://www.powershellgallery.com/packages/VSTS.DeploySPFxToO365CDN https://www.powershellgallery.com/packages/VSTS.DeploySPFxToAppCatalog The first script basically collects automatically the bundle publishing it on Office 365 CDN, while the second across the SharePoint ALM API is able to upload the package of the solution in the App Catalog.… READ MORE
Site classification is a must-have when we talk about Governance, Compliance and also topics around GDPR. Beside 3rd party solutions focusing on site and content classification we have also some out of the box options and developer opportunities in Office 365 and SharePoint on-prem. Depending on if we are talking about classic SharePoint Site Collections or… READ MORE
Sometimes you need to adjust SPFx (SharePoint Framework) build pipeline a bit, in order to add your own webpack loaders or modify configuration for some tasks with custom configurations. This can be done in different ways depending on your needs. Let’s try to take a closer look at the options available. Below is a diagram… READ MORE
In this blog I am going to share the code to copy documents between site collections using CSOM on Office 365 SharePoint. The below code uses the recursive method to get all documents from source site collection and copy it to the target site collection. The script also preserves the modified and modified by details… READ MORE
What’s new? PowerShell Migration Package Webinar Description: PowerShell Migration-You’ve decided on the cloud and Office 365. Now it’s time to upload your existing data into SharePoint online. You’re suffered by migrating using Drag and Drop, maintaining folder structures is nearly impossible and last but not least you would like to keep the original “Modified” date and… READ MORE
Download the Slides from Office 365 and PowerShell: A Match Made in Heaven In a world where we hear more and more about DevOps and continuous integration, your Office 365 integration process might be lacking some good practices and ways to automate everything. In this session, we will cover how you can use PowerShell to… READ MORE
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