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The other day I was wrestling with the new SharePoint 2013 App framework. I created a SharePoint 2013 SharePoint Hosted App. Besides full screen mode (which pops up when you press F5 in Visual Studio 2012), I also wanted to add an AppPart in order to make the app available on my host website. The problem I was facing is that my App Part is just an IFrame loading the main page of my App. This includes the Chrome and Navigation of the App default.aspx page. This makes my App Part look like this:
A while ago I did a series of blog posts about Taxonomy Fields. You can find those posts here: Part I, Part II, Part III. Most of the code in those posts is not usable when working in the Sandbox, since the Microsoft.SharePoint.Taxonomy namespace is not available when writing solutions for the sandbox.
Wanneer je met de Microsoft Bing MapControl aan de gang gaat kom je er snel achter dat Microsoft geen gebruik heeft gemaakt de Dependency Properties en hierdoor geen gebruik gemaakt kan worden van databinding in XAML, en dit is zonde wanneer je de applicatie volgens het MVVM design patroon opzet.
Het navigatie frame niet als root
Gister ben ik bezig geweest met Push Notifications voor mijn WinRT app. Heb de implementatie gevolgd zoals op http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/apps/hh465460.aspx werd beschreven en na wat debug werk kreeg ik een 200 van de Push Service terug. Helaas kwam de Toast notificatie niet door in mijn app. Van alles geprobeerd zoals opnieuw een secret code aangevraagd maar geen success.
A good part of my time I’m working on troubleshooting issues with SharePoint 2010 farms. Usually this includes (but is not limited to) unexpected errors and performance problems. In this blogpost I will describe some of the tools and tricks I use on a daily basis to pinpoint the source of problems.
A good part of my time I’m working on troubleshooting issues with SharePoint 2010 farms. Usually this includes (but is not limited to) unexpected errors and performance problems. In this blogpost series I will describe some of the tools and tricks I use on a daily basis to pinpoint the source of problems.
On thursday the 16th of february I’m speaking on the TechDays 2012 NL in The Hague. I’m doing a level 200 session called SharePoint 2010 for ASP.NET developers together with my collegue Donald Hessing. Hope to meet you there!
Sometimes you have to use html pages to get the data of that website in your application. For .net applications there was a great library http://developer.mindtouch.com/Community/SgmlReader to transform an html page to an XmlDocument / XDocument and makes it easy to get the data out. Unfortunately the library was not available for Windows Phone. I looked for an alternative but couldn’t find anything useful., lucky the source code was also avialable and I modified the code to be compatible with Windows Phone. I put the code on codeplex so you can easily use it in your projects to. The link is http://sgmlwp7.codeplex.com/
In this post I will talk about a way to implement a logging component in SharePoint 2010 that uses the Microsoft SharePoint Guidance Patterns and Practices library. The SharePoint Guidance library contains a lot of cool and very useful components. I will only focus on the logging component in this post and how to use it in practice to create your own logging component. In this post I am creating a Farm Solution. In a later post I will talk about how to do this in a sandboxed solution.