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.
- 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
In episode 108 of the #Office 365 Developer #Podcast, Andrew Coates talks with #Microsoft Program Manager Chakkaradeep Chinnakonda Chandran about the #SharePoint Framework and SharePoint WebHooks. Download the podcast.
- A sample that leverages the technicalities of Sign-In for Outlook Web Add-ins and Multi-tenant Office 365 Web apps by Benoît Patra on GitHub
- Office Add-in Server Authentication Sample for ASP.net MVC by Doug Perkes on GitHub
We are happy to announce we have shipped another update to the Property Management Code Sample in the OfficeDev repository on Github.com. We’ve had a lot of success with previous versions of this code sample and it is one of the most downloaded samples we have. The Property Management Code Sample demonstrates how to create a line of business system with #Office 365 and mobile technologies. The code sample includes a web application built on ASP.NET MVC5, mobile applications built with iOS, Android, Xamarin, and Cordova, and an #Office Add-in for Outlook built with ASP.NET MVC 5. The Property Manager web application demonstrates many different patterns used in real world scenarios. At a high level, the Property Manager web application does the following things.
- Provisions the #SharePoint Site Collection used by the Property Management web and mobile applications
Yes, that's right! I will be #speaking at Houston SharPoint TechFest on Wednesday, October the 12th. The conference is once again being held at #NRG Park and begins at 8:00 AM. Don't miss the chance to attend an entire day worth of sessions global and industry leading #Microsoft, #SharePoint, & #Office 365 Experts, MCMs, & MVPs. You can learn more about the conference, the schedule for the day, and also register by visiting the conference website at http://www.sharepointtechfest.com/houston. I will be there for the entire day attending other sessions as well so feel free to stop me and say hello if you see me!