Author Archives: Hugh Wood

PowerShell – Null comparison demystified

I have been working recently on the guidance for PowerShell rules. Rule research requires a lot of research and digging into how a programming language works internally, in order to find validity in community best practices. One of these best practices is to always compare to powershell $null on the left instead of the right of a comparison. … Continued

Erdinger: a SharePoint Konferenz 2016 Recap

SharePoint Konferenz 2016 So. What a brilliant venue. The guys at ppedv, the organisers behind SharePoint Konferenz 2016, really know how to pick a great conference centre. I’ve been in quite a few smaller events and this has to have been one of the best staffed and kitted out venues I have ever attended. Being right … Continued

SharePoint JavaScript Context Development Part 6 – jQuery vs SharePoint

This blog is part of the blog series SharePoint JavaScript Context Development Part 1 – SP.Init.js and SP.ScriptUtility Part 2 – SP.ScriptHelpers Part 3 – Minimal Download Strategy Part 4 – The way of the Async Download Manager Part 5 – JavaScript Framework Governance Part 6 – jQuery vs SharePoint (This Post) Parts 3&4 are linked. Please read in … Continued

Loading a JavaScript library from a CDN

Why this is required I can see people still using script tags, get script etc to load external or other libraries into their SharePoint pages. Scot Hillier recently did something like this for the remote provisioning model (Blog post can be found here) However even in this awesome idea SOD/MDS and ADM have been ignored. … Continued

SharePoint JavaScript Context Development Part 4 – Async Delta Manager

This blog is part of the blog series SharePoint JavaScript Context Development Part 1 – SP.Init.js and SP.ScriptUtility Part 2 – SP.ScriptHelpers Part 3 – Minimal Download Strategy Part 4 – Async Delta Manager (This post) Part 5 – JavaScript Framework Governance Part 6 – jQuery vs SharePoint Note: Parts 3 & 4 are linked. Please read in order. Working … Continued

SharePoint JavaScript Context Development Part 3 – Minimal Download Strategy

This blog is part of the blog series SharePoint JavaScript Context Development Part 1 – SP.Init.js and SP.ScriptUtility Part 2 – SP.ScriptHelpers Part 3 – Minimal Download Strategy (This post) Part 4 – Async Download Manager Part 5 – JavaScript Framework Governance Part 6 – jQuery vs SharePoint Note: Parts 3 & 4 are linked. Please read in order. … Continued

SharePoint JavaScript Context Development Part – 2 – SP.ScriptHelpers

In an IDE far, far away a developer on the ASP.NET AJAX team (Nikhil Kothari) came up with a concept, which he then turned into a tool. The aim was to create JavaScript from a strongly typed language, and the language he chose to do this in was C#. The resulting tool was dubbed Script# and was used for any of the JavaScript files for SharePoint and CRM….

SharePoint JavaScript Context Development – Part 1 – SP.ScriptUtility

The hidden gem of SharePoint context JavaScript development – SP.ScriptUtility This blog is part of the blog series SharePoint JavaScript Context Development Part 1 – SP.Init.js and SP.ScriptUtility (this post) Part 2 – SP.ScriptHelpers Part 3 – Minimal Download Strategy Part 4 – Async Download Manager Part 5 – JavaScript Framework Governance Part 6 – jQuery vs SharePoint JavaScript … Continued

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