In this post we will take a look at a few different options that we can use, to get an access token so that a daemon application (say client) can communicate with another application (say server). Both client and server applications can be developed as Azure app services and/or Azure function. In this post we will be sticking with Azure functions for both client and server where needed.
Let’s assume the following setup (in the same tenant) for this post:
In this blog post we will have a look at how we can use GitHub codespaces to do development related to SPFx. The concepts that are mentioned in this blog post run in parallel with the details shared in this brilliant article on Visual Studio codespaces by Paul Schaeflein.
In this 2 part series we will start by looking at:
In part 1 of this series we saw how to create a GitHub codespace for SPFx development. In this part we will have a look at how to push the code from GitHub codespaces to Azure DevOps. This will be helpful if we are using Azure DevOps to store our code.
The instructions mentioned here can be done for any code in GitHub codespaces. Also the instructions show one of the several ways of push the code to Azure DevOps. So let’s be sure that this is not the only way.
Let’s start by creating a new Git repository in…
In this blog post we will see 3 different (1 slow and 2 fast) ways of getting data from a table in an excel file using Power Automate. We will start by looking at
In this post, we will see a GitHub Action that creates an event in a user’s Outlook calendar using Microsoft Graph (via PnP js).
An example usage might be — when a pull request is submitted in the DEV branch on the GitHub repository, an event is created in the repository owner’s calendar on the next day which contains the details of the pull request. The owner will get a reminder on the next day at the specified time and then the owner can review the pull request and can the required take action.
This post explains how to use the newly released GitHub actions/workflow with SharePoint Framework solutions. We will see how we can automate the build and deployment of an SPFx solution hosted in GitHub.
A GitHub Action is code that runs when an event happens on GitHub. A set of actions gives us a workflow. For example, there is push event on the repo a workflow, with actions to compile, build and test code, runs automatically. In this post we will be looking at how to write such a workflow for an SPFx solution. …
In this blog post we will have a look at how to display managed metadata terms as labels in a gallery in PowerApps.
The idea behind this is that administrators can easily add/remove terms with which, the data in the PowerApps gallery can be easily controlled without editing the published app.
In this post we will create 2 input forms:
In this blog post we will have a look at how to add animations to items displayed in a SharePoint list using view formatting. To add animations, we will be using animate css library. The end result will be as shown below where we see a bar graph that represents votes for some fruits.
As explained in this article by Microsoft, view formatting provides a great and an easy way to customize how items can be displayed in a list view. If you haven’t had a chance to look into it, do have a read of the getting started section…
In this blog post we will see a way of completing flow approvals (associated with SharePoint list items) from a list view using view formatting.
As we all know Microsoft Flow is a brilliant service offered by Microsoft that helps organisations automate lot of processes. More about Flow can be found here and in several other blogs.
Flow has several helpful actions which make a lot of tasks easier. One such action is “Approval” which starts an approval by assigning a task to the users (approvers). The approvers then take a decision of whether to approve or reject (or any…
Microsoft recently announced some new options for organsing modern sites. This includes changing the header layout, header background, menu layout to mention a few. Since I had written an article recently on using REST API to apply the modern themes to a site, I thought I will use the same concept for applying these new options for a modern site. The code in this post can be used as part of remote site provisioning.
Note: The information in this article is based on the data present in this Microsoft reference and on the details seen in the network panel. …
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