For a client, we’re currently migrating a lot of their existing on-premises SharePoint 2007 and 2010 solutions to Office 365. All of these are customized (the easy work has been done already), so that sort of guarantees running into stuff that is not Office 365 – ready. One category of items are InfoPath forms and
This post of mine is an oldie from back in 2013 when Windows Phone 8 and Windows 8.1 were still fresh and hip. We’ve moved on and I really like Windows 10 up to now. I’ve been a Windows Insider since February 2014 so I’ve got some mileage running the latest insider builds on my ultrabook. Reactions are
My previous tech blog covered the use the of the Yeoman generator for creating Office add-ins, specifically add-ins which can be used within Office365 and the Office client applications. This left you with a vanilla sample application which doesn’t do much yet. In this post, I will explain how to implement such an add-in, leveraging
In my previous posts I wrote about creating an office add-in using the Yeoman generator and my first add-in using Yo Office. Now as long as everything just works, these samples are doable. But when things start to go wrong, you can lose quit some time finding your way in the wonderfull world of add-ins.
Ergens vind ik het heel mooi hoor, hoe iedereen nu solidair is met de Fransen en de mensen uit Parijs in het bijzonder. En waar men normaal gesproken Facebook gebruikt om updates te geven over wat je aan het eten bent, naar welke film je kijkt en hoe lekker de Starbuck coffee nu toch weer smaakt
These last few years I made it a habit to visit TCFKASPC: The Conference Formerly Known As SharePoint Connections. This year it was relabeled Unity Connect after the IT Unity initiative founded by Dan Holme and others. I think two days of conference is a good way of submerging yourself into the latest and greatest,
Just for my own reference, here is a list of loading indicator images you can use from the _layouts folder. Why there are more than one and they all look different is a very good question by the way, Microsoft should really spend a little bit of time to ensure these become consistent once and
OpenSearch is a search protocol which can be used in SharePoint to query systems other than SharePoint iself. You can find OpenSearch when configuring a new search result source. One of the most common examples is displaying Bing search results within SharePoint. You can find a great post on that topic by Jasper Oosterveld here.
In my previous O365 post, I showed how you can make use of jQuery and jQuery UI to make a search refiner filter template that supports autocomplete on the “other” textbox shown in a multivalued dropdown. With that idea in mind, I imagined it would be pretty easy to use the same concept to create