Tag: SharePoint

Cascading Fields in Power Apps Forms – Basics and Few Tips

As far as I remember, customizing SharePoint forms and cascading fields have been one of the main areas that organizations have asked. I have done these customizations for classic and modern SharePoint with InfoPath, custom solutions, and other form solutions. Now we can use…

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…

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…

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…

Display Template and Current Item Index

A little while ago we had request where we were spouse to build a content lift up that displays the latest news pages. Very common and nothing new. The solution should be done with SharePoint OOTB features (be Office 365 compatible), so I decided…

SharePoint 2013 and Search-Driven Content

For the last year I have done a lot of concept and architecture design together with development in cases where SharePoint is used as organization internal communication, news, announcement and general information channel. Basically I mean traditional Intranet with news pages, announcements lists, blogs,…

SharePoint Application Configuration part 1 – Property Bag

Property bags are power full and good way to store properties and static details that is used in SharePoint. Earlier the most common way was to store for example some URL information in web-config. And still web.config is a good place to store information….

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