As we espouse collaboration as the new way of getting things done, it is important to understand what sharing in Microsoft 365 is, and what exactly we are giving access to when we share with external people. As we move towards cross-product collaboration in Microsoft 365, there are now more that one way to work Read
Microsoft SharePoint supports two basic User Interfaces (UI) designs when it comes to team sites; The “Classic” experience, and the “Modern” experience. The modern experience is designed to be compelling, flexible, mobile, and easier to use. The main difference between classic and modern team sites is the integration with Office 365 Groups. Modern teams sites are connected to Microsoft 365 groups. Another Read
The Content Type Hub is a site collection where you can publish reusable collection of metadata (columns), workflow, behaviour, and other settings that are available to other site collections in the farm/tenant.
Learn how to access SharePoint using an application context, also known as app-only.
Wouldn’t it be great if we could just open our browser, log in to our SharePoint site, and use the browser to do our testing?
There are times when you might want to test your application against real data in SharePoint, instead of mock data. Wouldn’t is be great if we could have a proxy to send these requests to, and it will take care of all the authentication stuff for us.
In this post, I will explain how to delegate the filter function to SharePoint on the LookUp column
In this post, I will explain how to delegate the filter function to SharePoint on the Person/Group column.
SharePoint exposes a REST interface that allows us to perform basic create, read, update, and delete (CRUD) operations on its entities. These operations are performed by constructing a RESTful HTTP request, using the OData standard, that corresponds to the client object model API you want to use. Each SharePoint entity is exposed at an endpoint Read