Category Archives: Office 365

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 Advertisements

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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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A Worldmap list visualization for SharePoint (Online)

I really like the way you can use SharePoint’s Client Side Rendering to alter the way list data is viewed. Earlier posts featured a notice board and jQuery DataTables, but this time I’d like to present my SharePoint list data in yet another non-standard way: as a World Map. This particular view is known as a choropleth and is powered by a

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Slidedeck SharePoint Artifact Provisioning

The slidedeck and demo code from my Diwug (Dutch Information Worker User Group) session on SharePoint Artifact Provisioning are now available. Please note the slidedeck content is in Dutch. The source code from the session can be found here. Other links mentioned in the presentation: PowerShell Command Builder SPMeta2 Office 365 PnP SharePoint Automation by Gary Lapointe

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JSLink Noticeboard for SharePoint (Online)

SharePoint Client-side rendering allows you to easily change list views and forms. In a previous post I wrote about JSLink and DataTables and how you can use them together to create powerful tabular list views. This time another example that also shows how easy it is to radically change the way list items are rendered. Let’s create a noticeboard, a

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