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  • Blog Post: Introduction to Office 365 Dev PnP Transformation Process

    We have been running specific JDP (Joint Development Program) internally for some of our enterprise customers on helping them move from farm solutions to the add-in/app model. Real life experiences and work done with these customers has been really the fundamental source for many of the approaches introduced...
  • Blog Post: Transforming SharePoint customizations to add-in model training package

    New and updated version of “ Transforming SharePoint customizations to add-in model ” training package has been released for public consumption. This training is based on the learning's and practices from the Office 365 Developer Patterns and Practices program , which is based on real world community...
  • Blog Post: Office 365 Developer Patterns and Practices–June 2015 release

    Office 365 Developer Patterns and Practices June 2015 release is out with new contributions from community for the others in the community. This post contains all the details related on what was included with the release and what else has been happening in the PnP world during the past month. What is...
  • Blog Post: Asynchronous on-demand site collection provisioning to Office 365 with Azure WebJobs

    This is follow up post for my previous post related on building on-demand asynchronous operations using Azure storage queues and Azure WebJobs . Like mentioned in the initial post, one of the typical use cases for this kind of pattern would be to use it for site collection provisioning in the Office...
  • Blog Post: Using Azure storage queues and WebJobs for async actions in Office 365

    One of the great capabilities in the Azure is the WebJobs , which can be used for scheduled actions extremely easily. In the context of the Office 365, we quite often use them to provide remote timer job style operations. This means that you have a scheduled job, which is executed for example once a...
  • Blog Post: Customizing OneDrive for Business sites with app model

    One of the common questions related on the Office 365 and app model is that “ how can you apply customizations to the OneDrive for Business sites”. Back more than a year ago I published a blog post showing one technique for this, which will apply the needed settings, like branding, to the OneDrive for...
  • Blog Post: Speaking at TechEd Europe 2014

    In few weeks I’ll be presenting in the TechEd Europe 2014 at the Barcelona during the last week of October. I’ll be sharing the stage with my good friend and colleague Steve Walker from the Office 365 CXP team. We’ll be showing practical examples on how to achieve classic SharePoint farm solution customizations...
  • Blog Post: Office 365 Developer Patterns and Practices – Introduction to the program

    I first want to thank the community for your excellent feedback towards the Office 365 Patterns & Practices program (PnP) which we launch on late July this year. Your interest has been tremendous and it’s great to see that there’s so many people willing to help others on the transition to the app...
  • Blog Post: Connected SharePoint app parts with SignalR

    One of the classic questions related on the SharePoint app parts is their capability to connect between each other. This has been classic scenario with web parts since the dawn of the SharePoint, so question is pretty understandable. Since app parts are essentially IFrames in steroids, they don't ...
  • Blog Post: Office AMS v2.0 has been released

    We are happy to announce new version for the community driven Office App Model Samples (AMS) project. This CodePlex project has been created to share different community created CAM or SP App scenarios for the benefit of the community. We will be revising and enhancing the AMS samples and they should...
  • Blog Post: Provisioning site collections using SP App in on-premises

    One of the challenges with the SharePoint 2013 App pattern are certain limitations compared to the server side code. These will be gradually obviously addressed with the upcoming releases to ensure that the normal enterprise scenarios can be also implemented using the SP App world. One example of these...
  • Blog Post: Why did we introduce SharePoint App pattern?

    In this video, we will have high level look on the SP App or CAM (Cloud App Model) patterns. There won’t be any demos, since we’ll rather concentrate on why the SP App pattern was introduced in SharePoint 2013 and where it is suitable model. Covered topics also includes general notes or conclusions on...
  • Blog Post: Customizing SharePoint 2013 personal sites using SP Apps with remote provisioning

    Remote provisioning is model, where we use the SharePoint App model to customize or provision SharePoint sites or elements to sites. This pattern was briefly explained in my previous post, where personal site customization was also mentioned as one of the options. Check more details on the model from...
  • Blog Post: Site provisioning techniques and remote provisioning in SharePoint 2013

    Since eventually SharePoint is all about creating sites and functionalities for the end users as efficiently as possible, I’ve been always extremely interested on fine tuning the site provisioning techniques to ensure efficient and easily maintainable SharePoint deployments. These techniques have been...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint 2010 and web templates

    One of the really exciting new options on the Feature Framework level of the SharePoint 2010 is the WebTemplate element. In this blog entry we’ll cover the primary site provisioning methods and we’ll concentrate especially to web template option to share the key techniques. Introduction Different site...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint 2010 team development environment

    SharePoint 2010 release date is closing (H1/2010) and there is huge interest on the product capabilities. There’s already few ongoing projects, which are scheduled to be released on H2/2010 and using currently beta 2 version for development. One of the key questions currently asked, is the setup for...
  • Blog Post: How do we do SharePoint development, including TFS integration?

    There’s lot of information available concerning development processes, automated builds and continuous integration in SharePoint development using Team Foundation Server, but unfortunately most of the information is in relatively high level or just concepts, but details are missing. It’s also fairly...
  • Blog Post: Project planning and application lifecycle management

    One of the most important and often overlooked thing to cover in planning phase of the projects is the application lifecycle management (ALM) for upcoming portal. In this context I don't mean just the lifecycle management for the customizations, rather for the full process and environments. Every single...
  • Blog Post: Continuous integration in MOSS development using TFS

    I've been delivering quite a few technical training's during past year and one of the most discussed thing is the setup of the development environments for large scale projects. Especially large ISV's are really interested on the the practicalities of utilizing the TFS as the continuous integration ...
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