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Understanding REST APIs in Office 365, SharePoint 2013 & Custom Development

Understanding REST APIs in Office 365, SharePoint 2013 & Custom Development The REST APIs are very straightforward and easy to use and allow for a platform-agnostic development approach. Each query that is submitted is done via a unique URL, and the returned results can be...

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Deep-Dive of SharePoint 2013 & Office 365 Proven Development Strategies

A Deep-Dive of SharePoint 2013 & Office 365 Proven Development Strategies This blog post will cover the latest tools and technologies for performing custom development on SharePoint Server 2013 , Office 365, SharePoint Online and Microsoft Azure environments. I...

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SharePoint standard versus custom: 8 - 2

We all now that we should use standard SharePoint as much as possible. But we tend to forget all the reasons why. Below are all 8 reasons I came accross in practise. And two reasons why customizing is sometimes inevitable. Applying only OOTB functionality has the following advantages: ...

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Maybe it’s Not Technology

When using a lookup column in a custom list in SharePoint, you have the option to “enforce relationship behavior” where you can prevent items from the lookup list from being deleted once they are selected, or you can cause a cascade-delete action to occur. This feature was added in...

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Excel is Laughing at Me

Well over a year ago, we discovered an error in thinking that caused us to give ourselves a big pat on the back where none was deserved. We had modified the standard New and Edit forms for a custom list, and we even personalized those forms for the users. When we showed the (two) users of this...

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