Tag: Development

 

Some time ago I wrote about things to check in your SharePoint Framework application customizer for making sure it behaves correctly on navigation events. This included checks to see if you navigated to another page, different hub site and site with another language. In most cases, these are the checks that you want to put in place, to make sure that your application customizer renders the right data after a navigation event.

 

One of the things hardest things when creating and maintaining a product is localization. It requires a lot of testing, validation and follow-up. In SharePoint Framework projects it is no different, maybe even a bit harder, as the localization files are created per component. This means that you might have to take care of duplicate localization keys and labels.

 

Default message when there is a problem with your template I receive a lot of questions about why display templates are not working or why managed properties do not contain a value. Most of the times the solution is similar to what has been already asked before, so I thought of writing this down in order that it can help everyone with similar issues.

 

Now that webhooks are supported on the beta endpoint of the Microsoft Graph, I wanted to put it to the test and see how I could leverage it in my application. For one of my hobby projects built with Node JS, I wanted to show notifications when something changed in my calendar.

 

For a hobby project which I was creating with Node.js and Visual Studio Code, I was amazed about how powerful the Visual Studio Code has gotten in such a short time period. Most of us know how easy it is when you publish one of your web projects from Visual Studio to Azure.

 

Give the user control to manage their password through SharePoint. When you want to use form based authentication for SharePoint authentication, one of the requirements could be that users can change their passwords from within SharePoint. Because this functionality is not OOTB available, you will need to create a custom web part or application page for it.