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.
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,
In the project I’ve been working on the last few months, we had to import some list items and file into SharePoint coming from a legacy application which is being replaced by SharePoint Online. There is plenty of guidance available on how to do this, it boils down to using the CSOM API’s to upload