REST programming in SharePoint is straightforward. Microsoft has shared the latest REST way of programming for SharePoint through Graph API. Microsoft Graph APIs are a rich source of APIs for accessing various resources of Office365 like SharePoint, Users, Onedrive. We will focus on SharePoint here. Why use Graph API in SharePoint? Letting developers develop from other
In this post we will discuss the step-by-step procedure for adding shapes to Visio stencil in a clear way. Before that first, let us explore a short description of Visio templates.
Thanks to the digital innovations of the present time, the entire human civilization is seeing a great transformation. We can take the example business here. MS Office 365 and other cloud-based suites are working relentlessly to increase the overall productivity of the business organizations. Many more intelligent products are being added to the list of
If you’ve ever had to work with the SharePoint, MS Graph API’s then you will know that you need to make plenty of REST calls as you’re developing. One point of frustration for me is constantly having to swap to external tools such as Postman to see what response each REST call returns. To make
The bot revolution is real and it’s time for you to jump in the bandwagon. But how can we make it productive, or even just useful for us, Information Workers? How can a bot help us in our daily working lives?
Microsoft Graph is one of the landmark on the Office 365 development road. Microsoft Graph is focused on delivering single end point for Office 365 services. Along with Data capabilities, Microsoft Graph also provide intelligence from existing data. In this session, we will explore Microsoft Graph by breaking it down in step by step for
Conversation starts everywhere emails, chat apps and digital workspaces. In this session we will explore together a new way of increasing productivity and collaboration within the same team by building a single bot that connect to different channel. Our bot uses Office365 as underlying platform. In this session you will learn: Microsoft Graph Building bots
Cloud Hybrid Search (part of SharePoint 2016 and available for SharePoint 2013) supports a single index in the cloud referencing content from on-premises as well as O365 – dramatically reducing server footprint and maintenance effort. But that’s just a start – you can use this facility creatively to solve lots of common issues. This session
SharePoint Framework, a page and part model that enables fully supported client-side development, easy integration with the Microsoft Graph and support for open source tooling. This will be the trend for any SharePoint customization. In this session I will describe the SharePoint framework and walkthrough a practicel sample which uses AngularJS and Kendo UI. Furthermore