Recently Facebook and React community released new version of React. They have added several very important features that can improve development experience and code quality. One of the cool features is fragments. In this post I'll go into details about fragments and how they can be used.
There are several different ways to setup a new React project. Some people prefer to clone boilerplates with pre-configured set of libs and webpack loaders from github and start from there. The problem with this approach is that authors usually abandon their open-source projects after awhile and no one wants to maintain someone's else github project. That's why I try to use Create React App from Facebook for test projects and custom setup for commercial projects.
In the previous post I described how to use Azure Logic Apps to invoke Azure Functions when a new item added to the SharePoint Online list. In this post I am going to describe how to visualize results produced by that function. I am going to describe couple other webparts that I created. Also, I will continue discussing serverless architecture, I will show how it can be applied to modern SharePoint Online.
In the previous post I described how to implement Azure Function for data transformation. In this post I am going to show how to use Azure Logic Apps in order to invoke a function when a new item is added to the list.
In the previous post I showed how to create Azure Function and interact with SharePoint Online using SharePoint CSOM and Access Token received from Azure Active Directory using ADAL.NET. In this post I will continue to work with Azure Functions and will create a function that actually has some business logic and can be used in real-life scenarios.
In previous post I showed how to create Azure Active Directory app and set up required permissions. Also, I provided the example of code that can be used to interact with SharePoint Online REST API using SharePoint CSOM. In this post I am going to apply a similar approach in order to provision SharePoint Online artifacts to the target site using Azure Functions.
In this post I am going to show how to create Azure Active Directory app and call SharePoint Online rest API from C# code.
In the previous post I have described the fourth week of "Data Structures and Algorithms" course on Coursera. In this post I am going to cover the fifth week of that course.