Category Archives: Custom Development

Login to Umbraco BackOffice using IdentityServer4

This post will work through the details in setting up IdentityServer4 and Umbraco to enable the OWIN Identity features of the Umbraco BackOffice. Disclaimer: I have been working with content management systems for a very long time (Microsoft Content Management Server anyone ūüėä), but Umbraco was pretty new to me. These blog posts are my personal notes and reminders, but

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SPS Oslo 2016 Slidedeck and code available here

Thank you SPS Oslo organizers, vendors and attendees for another great event! You can find the slidedeck and code from our session on Architectural Changes and Developer Decisions here. Slidedeck: https://docs.com/yuri-burger/6597/sps-oslo-2016 Code: https://bitbucket.org/vxcompany/domibo Cheers! Jan Steenbeek/ Yuri Burger

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Speaking at SharePoint Saturday Oslo

On October 22 Jan Steenbeek and I will be speaking at the SharePoint Saturday Oslo event. We hope to see you there! Architectural Choices and Developer Comfort The SharePoint and Office 365 ecosystem is changing rapidly. It seems that frameworks are on sale every other week and our tools get deprecated as we speak. A challenging time for all developers, not

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Speaking at the TechDays 2016

October 5th Jan Steenbeek and I will be speaking at the TechDays Netherlands event. Hope to see you there! More information: Architectural Choices and Developer Comfort Architectural Choices and Developer Comfort The SharePoint and Office 365 ecosystem is changing rapidly. It seems that frameworks are on sale every other week and our tools get deprecated as we speak. A challenging time for

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Versioning SharePoint Add-Ins in your VSO Scripted Build

In a previous post I wrote a bit about building your SharePoint Apps (or Add-Ins as they are now called) using the new scriptable build system in Visual Studio Online. https://yuriburger.net/2015/06/22/building-your-sharepoint-apps-using-the-new-scriptable-build-in-vso/ But there was a slight problem with this approach as it would always produce add-in packages with the version number from the AppManifest.xml file. And if you are working

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