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…
Scot is writing a series on how SharePoint / Office 365 developers could use Angular 2 (currently in beta). In this article, Scot shows how you could use TypeScript in Visual Studio 2015 to create a SharePoint add-in and compile that to ECMAScript5.
This is article is not about something new, is about how you organize the code to create a document set with custom properties. Let's imagine I have created a column "Employee" (people or group field type) and associate it with Document Set content type. Of course I want to assign a value to this field…
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In this article we will discuss another important implementation showing how we can access the Host Web Elements from with the App Executing (App Web) with in Host Web. To perform this demo we would follow a Use Case where user of my App needs to access data from Lists present in the Hosting Web…
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