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What Administrators need to know about the SharePoint Framework
What Administrators need to know about the SharePoint Framework
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The SharePoint Framework has been generally available in SharePoint Online as of February 23rd. It is currently rolling out to all global Office 365 tenants. The new Framework modernizes the way developers build in SharePoint, and provides a great experience across both the desktop and mobile interfaces. There is official enterprise guidance that covers off… READ MORE

Simple (but effective) dashboards in SharePoint
Simple (but effective) dashboards in SharePoint
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One of the more common requests I get about putting SharePoint to good use is how to build a hyper-responsive, beautifully designed, amazingly cogent dashboard displaying all the key performance indicators (KPIs), report updates, big data analyses, and business intelligence of the day. Feel free to add in whichever new synergistic buzz phrase is relevant… READ MORE

Creating a workflow in Office 365 SharePoint
Creating a workflow in Office 365 SharePoint
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In this article, we shall see how to create a new workflow in Office 365 SharePoint. By reading this article we can learn below points, a) How to create new workflow for the Library b) How to Apply the Created Workflow to the Libraries c) How to assign the Task to Resource d) Email Trigger… READ MORE

What is PnP? Why should I consider it?
What is PnP? Why should I consider it?
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What is PnP? PnP (Pattern & Practices) is an initiative which include samples & guidance as how to transform your full trust code solutions to the add-in model. But PnP guidance started evolving to other areas as well, including SharePoint Framework, Office 365 APIs, Office Add-ins, and Microsoft Graph. PnP is community driven open source… READ MORE

Discover PowerApps with SharePoint - Is it a Good Fit?
Discover PowerApps with SharePoint – Is it a Good Fit?
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Using SharePoint for our organisations means creating many things with it based on our requirements, building lists and libraries tailored to our needs. Recently, Microsoft has introduced PowerApps to help build Logic Flows (comparable to our Workflows) as well as Mobile Apps.

Completely deleting web parts on a SharePoint page
Completely deleting web parts on a SharePoint page
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Sometimes you need to remove web parts from your SharePoint page. Seems like a typical, everyday thing for a Site Owner to have to do. And it is. But it depends on the situation, how you remove the web part, and why you’re doing it. The thing is, removing a web part in SharePoint isn’t always as… READ MORE

Can you still use sandbox solutions in 2017?
Can you still use sandbox solutions in 2017?
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Can you still use sandbox solutions in 2017? The answer to this question is yes, but… not for all situations and not all types of sandbox solutions. SharePoint sandbox solutions were introduced with SharePoint 2010 and provided a mechanism to execute code outside of the ISS worker process. The sandbox solutions do not affect the… READ MORE