We are very pleased to announce that Power BI has integrated with Azure ExpressRoute. This means that companies using Power BI will be able to use ExpressRoute to establish a private, managed connection to Power BI. Additionally, we already have an update to the RLS preview we announced in our last blog post, and a small update to video tiles on the dashboard.
Delivering productivity experiences that are inclusive, accessible and truly empower people of all abilities to achieve more is a priority for Microsoft. We invite all organizations and individuals who strive to create an inclusive work or classroom environment to follow our progress on Office Blogs and watch our video series showcasing the accessibility enhancements in Office 365.
TL;DR: We can test components as we were used to test directives. Yes, you heard all-right, there is a new kid in town and last Friday Angular 1.5 was released bringing us, among other updates, the component sugar. If you want to know more about it Todd Motto explored the component method back in November when it was still…
This article shows how Webpack could be used together with Visual Studio ASP.NET Core and Angular2. Both the client and the server side of the application is implemented inside one ASP.NET Core project which makes it easier to deploy. Code: https://github.com/damienbod/Angular2WebpackVisualStudio Authors Fabian Gosebrink, Damien Bowden. This post is hosted on both http://damienbod.com and http://offering.solutions/…;
This is a probably the most common request among customers, they want to create a dataset from an Excel file stored in a SharePoint library. In Power BI Service, the way to do that is easy and straightforward: You go to Datasets You choose import a file And then you can choose either OneDrive or…
If you have Office 365 first release running in a tenant, you may have noticed that Microsoft has changed how SharePoint Online displays document libraries. Mark shows what has changed and discusses the community reaction (so far).
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