The Power of SharePoint

The Power of SharePoint

In the paper, the company Contoso has a SharePoint Online site where they share docs and track projects. A project requestor, such as a department head, requests an IT project by adding an item to a SharePoint list. A project approver, such as an IT manager, reviews the project, and then approves it or rejects it. If approved, the project is assigned to a project manager, and additional detail is added to a second list through the same app. A business analyst reviews current and completed projects using a Power BI report embedded in SharePoint. Microsoft Flow is used to send approval email and respond to Power BI alerts.

New Guidance from Microsoft for Packaging and Deploying SharePoint Solutions

New Guidance from Microsoft for Packaging and Deploying SharePoint Solutions

This article will summarize the changes and analyze their impact on SharePoint developers and customers. […] In technical terms, Microsoft is recommending that developers stop using SharePoint’s Feature framework and list, web, and site templates in their solutions.

Build a SharePoint Hosted App to access list data in your Host Web using the REST API in 10 Easy Steps

Build a SharePoint Hosted App to access list data in your Host Web using the REST API in 10 Easy Steps

Most of the examples will reference accessing data from a list that is in your ‘app web’ which is the web that houses your new SharePoint App. This is not the same as data that is in your ‘host web’ which is your actual Team or Publishing site for example.