SharePoint and Office 365: Patterns & Practices – Part 2 Contributing, Resources, and Sources

 

As the community and Microsoft work together to create sample code and guidance, they begin to form the libraries, or repositories, that store this information but before they can be

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SharePoint and Office 365: Patterns & Practices – Part 1: The Basics

 

What is SharePoint Patterns & Practices (PnP)?

SharePoint Patterns & Practices (PnP) is an initiative that was launched in 2013 with the vision to simplify development by providing an open source,

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Microsoft Teams

 

What is Microsoft Teams?
Built on the global secure cloud of Office 365, Microsoft Teams brings together people, content and conversations in a chat-based workspace on the desktop and on

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Microsoft Graph API – Part 3 – Customizing Queries for Results


This is our last article of 3 parts about Microsoft Graph API. In the first article, Microsoft Graph API – An Introduction, we had a quick overview

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Microsoft Graph API – Part 2 – Bringing it Together


In our first Part, Microsoft Graph API – An Introduction, we reviewed the evolvement of Office Graph into Microsoft Graph API.  We also looked at the reasons

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Microsoft Graph API – An Introduction


What is Microsoft Graph API?

Microsoft Graph API (Application Programming Interface) is the evolvement of Office 365 Unified API into

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Cloud Search Service Application

 

One of the great enhancements in SharePoint 2016 and in the SharePoint 2013 August 2015 CU, is the Hybrid Search using Cloud Search Service Application (CSSA). The new CSSA will

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Create subsites in SharePoint Online with CSOM


Often, when we are engaged with new Office 365/SharePoint Online projects, we may have to create hundreds of subsites within a site collection. unfortunately, we still do not have PowerShell

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Next Generation SharePoint Collaboration

 

I just got back from an amazing

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SharePoint Framework: Prepare Yourself!


The shift from Microsoft’s proprietary framework to the open source SharePoint Framework will require learning and adopting of new technologies on the part of developers. Luckily,

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