SharePoint Provider Hosted App Installer using PowerShell It will install a SharePoint Provider Hosted App which was build using Visual Studio. Please also see this: https://www.hobmaier.net/2018/01/sharepoint-provider-hosted-app-installer.html
Sitecore Flow is a free, open source Sitecore / Microsoft Flow connector. Connect Sitecore to hundreds of services including:
- and more
Let the service providers take care of updating their connectors in the cloud and start integrating new systems with Sitecore without developers help.
Timeline Storyteller is an open-source expressive visual storytelling environment for presenting timelines in the browser or in Microsoft Power BI.
Use it to present different aspects of timeline data using a palette of timeline representations, scales, and layouts, as well as controls for filtering, highlighting, and annotation.
A template for building complex bots for Microsoft Teams – C# version
The React-based front-end framework for building experiences for Office and Office 365. Fabric React is a responsive, mobile-first collection of robust components designed to make it quick and simple for you to create web experiences using the Office Design Language.
Microsoft has just published a new version of the Office 365 CLI with more commands, support for building scripts and completing your input when using the CLI directly in the shell.
Office 365 CLI is a cross-platform CLI that allows you to manage various configuration settings of Office 365 no matter which operating system you use. While building solutions for Office 365 expands beyond the Windows operating system, managing many of the platform settings is possible only through PowerShell on Windows. As more and more users work on non-Windows machines, it’s inconvenient for them to have to use a Windows virtual machine to configure their tenants. The Office 365 CLI allows them to configure their tenants no matter which operating system they use.
SharePoint Dev Ecosystem / SharePoint Patterns and Practices (PnP) January 2018 update is out with a summary of the latest guidance, samples, and solutions from SharePoint engineering or from the community for the community. This post contains all the details related to what was included with the release and what else has been happening in the SharePoint Dev ecosystem during the past month.
SharePoint Framework 1.4 tooling and packages are now available, bringing with them a new set of deployment tools as previously discussed in this blog post.
The Microsoft Bot Builder SDK Teams Extensions allow you to build bots for Microsoft Teams quickly and easily. Review the documentation to get started!
As part of the Microsoft intelligent communications vision to deliver smarter calling and meeting experiences, we’re building Skype for Business capabilities into Teams. This will happen over time, and ultimately Teams will become the single client experience. As a valued Skype for Business customer, Microsoft is here to support you every step of the way on your journey to Teams. We understand that change takes time, so we invite you to begin exploring Teams today to understand the value it can offer to your organization, while you continue to run Skype for Business.
Visit the Teams product roadmap to stay on top of what’s coming next in Teams and decide the best time for your organization to move to Teams.
Another great way to stay on top of news about the journey from Skype for Business to Teams is the Skype for Busineses to Microsoft Teams Capabilities Roadmap – a downloadable PDF (in English only, at least for now) that gives Microsoft’s current expectations about Skype for Business capabilities coming to Teams.
For best results, we recommend that you follow this guidance in order:
1 – Optimize your current Skype for Business environment for Teams
2 – Pilot Teams alongside Skype for Business
3 – Enable Teams side-by-side with Skype for Business
4 – Drive value through user adoption
A profile management utility for Skype for Business & Lync. Bounce between sites and accounts with a single click – Freeware
Wavebox lets you bring all your web communication tools together for faster, smarter working. Gmail, Google Inbox, Outlook, Office 365, Slack, Trello & more – GitHub
Do you spend hours trying to clean, standardize, and transform data such as date-time, addresses, phone numbers, and URLs?
Transform Data by Example is an Excel add-in that helps you find the desired transformation function easily. Simply provide a few examples of the desired output, and Transform Data by Example will automatically find relevant data transformation functions from a large collection that it has already indexed. Add your own data transformation code into the collection, and Transform Data by Example will make them instantly searchable, all seamlessly within Excel. – Microsoft Garage
This web part allows to search and view the Youtube videos, across the Youtube api, directly on a SharePoint page, furthermore the property panel offers the possibility to specify the api key, the number of items to display and it is also possible specify a Youtube Channel Id. http://www.delucagiuliano.com
This SharePoint Framework web part allow to magnify an image, displaying a resolution more detailed.http://www.delucagiuliano.com/sharepoint-framework-magnifying-an-image-through-a-lens/ http://www.delucagiuliano.com
Using this reporting tool you can get the report on Office 365 Users, License, Group, Security, Mailbox Usage, Spam, Malware, Emails Sent/Received, Mail Traffic, Browser Usage, OS Usage, Mailbox Quota, Mailbox Size etc. You don’t need to struggle with PowerShell scripts for office 365 reports anymore. This GUI tool offers you more reporting features like scheduling, customization, exporting(CSV, HTML, PDF, XLS, XLSX) and more. Along with these reports, this tool offers many analytical dashboards in which you can get statistics about your Office 365 environment very easily.
SPHub is the newest and exciting addition to our product list. This web part allows to aggregate and group data from multiple repositories in SharePoint and presents them in a structured and neat way.
SPHub provides the following grouping options:
– Metadata hierarchy (based on term set hierarchy)
– Site collection
– Content Type
As a part of Microsoft Ignite promotion, SPHub FREE edition has no item limitations till November 1st, 2017.
This package is a sample kit of 40 great Client Side Web Parts built on the SharePoint Framework SPFx. You can find here different kind of high visual web parts as carousel, images galleries, custom editors, polls, charts, map, animations, etc. These WebParts are mainly based on best-class jQuery, React or Angular plugins and use the sp-client-custom-fields library to optimize the edit experience. And Yes, these web parts are free and open source, so have fun well to build effective SharePoint site.
These webparts are available: English, French, Spanish, German and not officially supported by Microsoft.
A collection for Cheat Sheet for Powershell
SharePointExplorer ist ein auf der Grundlage von Microsoft .Net entwickeltes Programm für Microsoft SharePoint, dass die schnelle Ablage von Dateien in Ihr Microsoft SharePoint-System und deren Bearbeitung ermöglicht. SharePointExplorer ist Client-/Server basiert und stellt den Client-seitigen Funktionsteil dar. Die Server-seitige Komponente wird durch das Produkt Microsoft SharePoint 2010/2013/2016 und dessen Web-Services repräsentiert, welches die Anfragen der Client-Anwendung entgegennimmt, verarbeitet und das Ergebnis zurücksendet.
- Schnelle und flexible Suche von Ablageorten in Microsoft SharePoint
- Unterstützung von „Drag and Drop“ aus Ihren Windows Anwendungen in Microsoft SharePoint und umgekehrt.
- Einfaches versenden von in Microsoft SharePoint gespeicherten Dateien als E-Mail
- Einfaches ablegen von Dateien in Ihre Microsoft SharePoint Dokumentenbibliotheken
- Schneller Zugriff auf die SharePoint Metadaten einer Datei oder eines Ordners
- Häufig genutzte Ablageorte können als Desktop Verknüpfung gespeichert
- SharePoint-Interne-Ordner und -Dateien werde nicht angezeigt und sind vor dem Löschen geschützt.
- Visuelle Darstellung ihrer Microsoft SharePoint Struktur
- gewohntes Explorer-Feeling
Download: SharePointExplorer Version 1.0.60
Microsoft Windows 7/8/10
Microsoft Server 2008 R2/2012/2012 R2
Microsoft SharePoint 2010/2013/2016
.Net Framework 4.5
Script Lab has three main features:
- Run the code in another pane beside the editor. Execution can include logic, API calls to Office, UI in the pane, and even output to a console. Every time you make a code change you can refresh the editor and run the new version in seconds.
- Share your snippets through GitHub. If you create a snippet you’d like to share, you can use Script Lab to save it. Then send the link to someone else to try it and tweak it on their computer. The Import feature lets you load other people’s snippets. We think sharing will be especially useful for asking and answering questions about add-ins on Stack Overflow (http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/office-js).
You can install Script Lab right now for free from the Office Store. It works for Excel, Word, and PowerPoint on Office 2013 and later, Office Online, and Office for Mac.
The source code is open to the community at https://github.com/OfficeDev/script-lab. We welcome your contributions to the tool and to our snippets repo. We’re excited to keep building Script Lab with your help!
This script produces a report of the membership of Office 365 admin role groups. The report is output to CSV file.
This script relies on the AzureAD PowerShell module, which you can install from the PowerShell Gallery.
1. Download the script from the link above.
2. Run the script using the usage examples below. You will be prompted to authenticate to Azure AD if you are not already connected.
- ReportFile – You can provide a custom output file name. The file name you specify will be modified with the current date, for example MyReportFileName.csv will become MyReportFileName-ddMMyyyy.csv. If a file of the same name exists, a unique character string will also be appended to the file name.
from: Brian Harry’s blog
Almost 11 years after we created CodePlex, it’s time to say goodbye. We launched CodePlex in 2006 because we, like others in the industry, saw a need for a great place to share software. Over the years, we’ve seen a lot of amazing options come and go but at this point, GitHub is the de facto place for open source sharing and most open source projects have migrated there.
We migrated too. As many of you know, Microsoft has invested in Visual Studio Team Services as our “One Engineering System” for proprietary projects, and we’ve exposed many of our key open source projects on GitHub (Visual Studio Code, TypeScript, .NET, the Cognitive Toolkit, and more). In fact, our GitHub organization now has more than 16,000 open source contributors – more than any other organization – and we’re proud to partner closely with GitHub to promote open source.
So, it’s time to say goodbye to CodePlex. As of this post, we’ve disabled the ability to create new CodePlex projects. In October, we’ll set CodePlex to read-only, before shutting it down completely on December 15th, 2017.
The SharePoint Admin Bot is an attempt to make the everyday routinous jobs that a SharePoint Online Administrator or Power User easier. Currently the features are limited but the goal is to make them grow. If the feature you want is not in there yet please submit a feature request or even better contribute and do a pull request.
The Microsoft Bot Builder SDK is one of three main components of the Microsoft Bot Framework. The Microsoft Bot Framework provides just what you need to build and connect intelligent bots that interact naturally wherever your users are talking, from text/SMS to Skype, Slack, Office 365 mail and other popular services.
This repository contains contains Display Templates created by the community. Templates have been divided into their areas of use, Search and JSLink. Any third party dependencies should be linked from Public CDN’s.
Microsoft Bot Framework, LUIS, Azure Bot Service, Azure Functions I hear it everywhere these days: bots are the new apps. One reason is the ease and efficiency they bring to common tasks. … read on … article by Kevin Ashley
The SharePoint Framework (or SPFx) is a new development model for SharePoint user interface extensibility. It is used by 1st and 3rd parties, complementing already existing user interface models such as the SharePoint Add-in model. The SharePoint Framework allows for a structured and supported approach to enrich and extend the user interface of SharePoint, using client side frameworks with initial support for client side Web Parts. Based on modern web technology standards, it offers a unique set of features to make SharePoint customizations more broader available for developers and enterprises, but at the same time aligns with previous models and patterns in SharePoint. In this document, we will provide administrators with the background, benefits, and knowledge they need to successfully manage SharePoint Framework-based components within their SharePoint environments.
The SharePoint Framework reached the General Available (GA) milestone, with version 1.0.0, in February 2017
This package is a sample kit of 40 Client Side Web Parts built on the SharePoint Framework SPFx. You can find here different kind of high visual web parts as carousel, images galleries, animations, map, editors, etc.
Docker images for working with SharePoint Framework by Waldek Mastykarz https://hub.docker.com/r/waldekm/spfx/
Microsoft ist releasing a set of Release Candidates of the SharePoint Framework, which will include some breaking changes developers will need to accommodate. Developers can read more about these changes at
This solution contains a library of PowerShell commands that allows you to perform complex provisioning and artifact management actions towards SharePoint. The commands use CSOM and can work against both SharePoint Online as SharePoint On-Premises (Office 365 Multi Tenant, Office 365 Dedicated, SharePoint 2013 on-premises, SharePoint 2016 on-premises)
You can test Office 365 API, Microsoft Graph and Office 365 Management Activity API. We support following endpoints.
- outlook.office.com and outlook.office365.com (Office 365 API – Exchange Online)
- graph.microsoft.com (Microsoft Graph)
- manage.office.com (Office 365 Management Activity API)
You can use OAuth or Basic authentication as authentication mechanisms. (Only outlook.office365.com endpoint supports Basic authentication)