At #Microsoft Ignite 2016, in Atlanta, we proudly announced the availability of the new “#PnP #Templates Gallery” portal, which is available at the following URL: https://templates-gallery.sharepointpnp.com. The basic idea around this new portal, is to have a public and shared repository for PnP provisioning templates, which anybody can download and use for free. Moreover, we hope that many community members will like to share their own templates with the community. In the following figure, you can see the home page of the PnP Templates Gallery. The site is responsive and mobile-aware, and allows you to browse the templates, and to search for them based on few search criteria:
Amidst all the disruption that enterprises are experiencing today, one thing has remained constant—real-time communications are still fundamental to workplace productivity. By embedding real-time communications into applications, with #Skype for Business integration with #SalesForce you can instantly transform business processes, make them more agile and deliver a better service to your partners and customers. Earlier this year, we announced an update to the #Skype Web SDK, which enables you to build web experiences that seamlessly integrate presence, chat, audio and video by leveraging Skype for Business services and the larger Skype communications network. Salesforce is a great showcase of how the new Skype Web SDK can be used to deliver a customized and integrated communication experience directly from the browser and without the need for any plug-ins.
Skype for SalesforceSkype for Salesforce surfaces the capabilities of Skype for Business Online directly within Salesforce to give sellers the
We are happy to announce availability of new #SharePoint Client Side Object Model (#CSOM) version targeted for the #Office 365 or more specifically for SharePoint and Project Online. This release again contains few updates on the existing SharePoint CSOM assemblies and some maintenance changes. These monthly changes are not significant, but we want to align on the monthly rythm in future, so that you can know beforehand that there will be new version arriving during end of each month. You can find the latest CSOM package for #SharePoint Online, including the Project Online CSOM assembly, from the NuGet gallery with an id of '#Microsoft.SharePointOnline.CSOM'. We are also working on updating the redistributable package at some point, but you can already right now start using some of these new capabilities in your solutions. We do recommend you to use the Nuget Package to gain
Office 365 and SharePoint Patterns and Practices (PnP) September 2016 release is out with new contributions from community for the community. This post contains all the details related on what was included with the release and what else has been happening in the PnP world during the past month.
What is SharePoint / Office Dev Patterns & Practices (PnP)?PnP is community driven open source initiative where #Microsoft and external community members are sharing their learning's around implementation practices for #SharePoint and #Office 365. Active #development and contributions happen our GitHub projects under 'dev' branch and each month there will be a master merge (monthly release) with more comprehensive testing and communications. This is work done by the community for the community without any actual full time team members. It’s been great to find both internal and external people who are willing to assist and share their learning's for
- How to reference external libraries in client-side web parts
- Considerations and options when external libraries are being referenced
- How to reference external library to your client-side web part
- Needed configuration for
Whether you’re planning your next dinner date or an upcoming meeting with teammates, the Outlook team’s mission is to provide you with the best calendar app out there. Today, we’re happy to share that it’s about to get even better on iOS and Android—with new features and a better overall experience to help you manage and make the most of your day. Here’s a look at what’s new:
Stay connected with Interesting CalendarsA few months ago, we introduced Calendar Apps to let you connect your favorite apps—Wunderlist, Facebook and Evernote—to your calendar. Our goal? To give you a complete and clear view of your day with your events, tasks and notes in one place. Today, we’re taking this idea one step further by adding Interesting Calendars, which allows you to subscribe to your hometown sports team’s calendar and see the events automatically pop up in your calendar. TV shows and more
The essential role of email has always been the ability to easily share ideas and information with anyone in the world. Whether it’s working with your classmates, arranging a vacation or planning a global product launch—email is a staple of modern communication. In recent years, one of the biggest advancements in Outlook has been the ability to share and edit files stored in the cloud right from your inbox. OneDrive has long been integrated across Outlook and comes preconfigured with every Outlook account. In addition, our Outlook mobile apps support Box, Dropbox and Google Drive. And early this year, we announced support for Box and Dropbox in Outlook.com as well. Today, we added three enhancements to make sharing simple. First, we extended the cloud storage capabilities for Outlook.com by adding support for Google Drive. Second, we added the ability to share your Facebook photos from Outlook. And finally, we made