In my customers SharePoint site there are a number of lists where multiple views with similar names have been created. (e.g. All Items and AllItems"). Rather than going through every list and checking where the double views have been created I used the PowerShell commands from the PnP framework to list all the views in all … Continue reading Office 365 – SharePoint Online – Get all views of all lists using PnP PowerShell
Introduction to Patterns and Practices Recently I've been looking into the Office Development Patterns and Practices (OfficeDev/PnP). Lead by Vesa Juvonen OfficeDev/PnP is an initiative by many SharePoint developers picking up all those development tasks that keep coming back. I got into the whole PnP approach when I saw Vesa demo the Provisioning.SubSiteCreationApp at the … Continue reading SharePoint 2013 – Office 365 – Patterns and Practices samples overview.
Recently I've been looking into building SharePoint apps both for Office 365 and for on-premises SharePoint 2013. It's not to complicated but the right steps have to be followed. First in Visual Studio I created a new app Supply the Name of the project and click on Ok I've supplied my SharePoint site. In this … Continue reading SharePoint 2013 – Office 365 – Creating a Custom list from a Provider-Hosted App programmatically