If you need a fresh version of the DocumentDB SQL query cheat sheet it’s here: msft.it/6015B23qz
With the new .NET API Catalog tool it’s easy to explore .NET APIs and discover what support exists for each API on each version of .NET.
Running on Azure, the tool has an in memory object model pulled from Azure Blob Storage. The deployment of the website is fully automated and works each time a commit happens to internal CoreFxTools Git repo, which is hosted on VSTS, without disrupting service.
“Search is a feature that can make or break a mobile app, but it can be incredibly difficult to get right.”
In this post, Xamarin’s Mike James shows you how to implement intelligent search in your app with Azure Search: http://xmn.io/29DCYhl
Today Microsoft released its first public developer preview of the SharePoint Framework.
With this initial release, developers can start building client-side web parts using modern script development tools and the SharePoint Workbench, as well as deploy client-side web parts to classic web part pages in Office 365 Developer tenants.
You can find the early documentation at https://github.com/SharePoint/sp-dev-docs/wiki: keep in mind it is an initial developer release so it’s rough around the edges.
For further details about this release click here.
SharePoint 2007 Extended Support ends 10th October 2017. This means you will no longer receive automatic fixes, updates, online technical assistance or security updates.
Now is the time start planning your migration if you haven’t already. Talk to us – we can help!