Tag: Office 365

Microsoft Dataverse for Teams and Azure API Management

Project Oakdale and Azure API Management

I think that Microsoft Dataverse for Teams (old name Project Oakdale) is the most important Power Platform announcement of the year, especially you are coming from a canvas apps background like myself. Teams are starting to be more and more of a platform for the… Continue Reading “Microsoft Dataverse for Teams and Azure API Management”

Creating a Feedback Form Part 2 – Connecting the Flow

In my last post, I started to create a Feedback form that is using the new possibility to us PowerApps for SharePoint Online list form customization. The first part shows how to create a separated forms for View, Edit, and New action. You should… Continue Reading “Creating a Feedback Form Part 2 – Connecting the Flow”

Reading Word File Content from Office 365

I had a case where I needed to read a document content from Office 365 through REST API and use that on my project. More specifically I wanted to use the content in my Word Add-in. Back then I was struggling to be able… Continue Reading “Reading Word File Content from Office 365”

Use case: List Posts – Using Widget Wrangler and AngularJS in the web part development

In this post, I will show you how you can create a widget or web part that show you a list of posts from SharePoint blog site. The element is done purely as client side coding. One thing that is true with SharePoint is… Continue Reading “Use case: List Posts – Using Widget Wrangler and AngularJS in the web part development”

Your Day with Microsoft NextGen Portals

Microsoft Ignite 2015 last month was huge. Basically everything from Microsoft stack was presented there. For me all things related to modern workplaces, meaning Office 365 and SharePoint, was under the microscope. But I have to say that the information flow was a blast… Continue Reading “Your Day with Microsoft NextGen Portals”

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