In this article, we will use PowerShell to tinker around in Outlook (joking aside, until you are sure what the code you are planning to execute in Outlook actually does, use a test account or at least run the code line-by-line in debugging mode and check what happens. Read the rest
Can you remember writing papers back in your student days? It probably wasn’t your favorite thing in the world to properly cite all of the sources you used in your paper. Perhaps you still have a need for this today, when you are writing scientific articles, doctoral dissertations etc. Read the rest
One of our clients had a requirement to move their intranet portal to a new URL. One of the things that went missing after the URL migration were “social comments” for which we used “Social comments component” to add commenting functionality to custom page layouts for news articles. 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
Lately, we have been doing a lot of migrations to Office 365. That’s why I decided to post a series of articles on the topic of managing our Office 365 environment using PowerShell scripts. To do this, we must approach each of the services a bit differently and it also requires some preparation, like additional software. Read the rest