When we want to check or edit a SharePoint list element without navigating around different pages, we can use a dialog box. The dialog box has been available since SharePoint 2010 and is very useful as the user can quickly return to the list from which he started by closing the dialog box, eliminating the need to navigate different pages. Read the rest
Forms (input fields, entry validation, error reporting) are an essential part of the user experience, on mobile apps and on web applications. They are the best source of interaction with the user.
Two very important controls are radio buttons and dropdown menus. Read the rest
Let’s imagine that we want to have a site template with a predefined design, sections, web parts on it, lists with additional fields, custom page settings etc. etc.
If you are familiar with SharePoint On-Prem versions, you probably know that we have Site Definitions and Web Templates for stuff like this. Read the rest
The SharePoint Framework (SPFx) has become and extremely important part of Web Part development and Modern Site (Team Site, Communication Site) design. It eases development of Web Parts and extensions and our work with SharePoint data. It features user-friendly tools and extensions. Read the rest
An efficient website is a crucial part of a company’s sales activities. And when sales are going well, the company as a whole grows and develops.
These are more or less well known facts. But there are many ways to present your content on the web. Read the rest
Today I want to share with you something new within this blog – Microsoft Bot Framework.
And because I love SharePoint and I work with it for a while, SharePoint Framework (SPFx)and MS Bot Framework is my way to start this journey. Read the rest
Let’s imagine that we have multiple types of articles with multiple page layouts and we want to call Add a page dialog for each of them.
The problem is in SharePoint OOTB CreatePublishingPageDialog.aspx page which is called when you choose Add a page from Site Actions menu. Read the rest
In this article, I would like to share with you a complete solution to install a SPFx Web Part to a Classic Site inside a SharePoint On-Prem WSP solution package in 4 steps:
- Turn on the SPFx Assets & Package files in WSP.
A WebPart is a component we can add to a SharePoint Site to perform a specific task and can be used multiple times. Each WebPart has settings that can be divided into three categories – Appearance, Layout and Advanced. Sometimes, these settings are enough, but we usually need to add our own categories of settings, that are specific to the WebPart we are developing. Read the rest