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Azure Resource Manager - Part 8 - Export Template for Resources in a Resource Group with the REST API

Background

This blog post will be about how to in the easiest way possible (well, as a developer anyway) export a JSON template from the Azure Resource Manager.

If you're using the ARM (Azure Resource Manager) just like me and you aare automating a lot of tasks and deployments -

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0 Comments 13 May 2016
Azure Resource Manager - Part 7 - Download an Azure Publishing Profile (xml) programmatically using REST

Background

Around the web there's a lot of tips on how you can manually download the publishing profile for e.g. a Web Site, API App or other resource in Azure.

From the modern Azure Portal this is very simple from the UI:

Download Publishing Profile for Web App

However, one of the main things I've

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0 Comments 12 May 2016
Azure Resource Manager - Part 6 - Move Azure Resources from one Resource Group to another

In the past recent months I've been turning inside out on various parts of Azure, including the Azure Resource Manager (ARM) and what it offers.

If you're looking for the basics of getting started, please check out the other posts in this article series. Start here.

Background

I love how

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0 Comments 11 May 2016
Analyze your SharePoint Framework code using SPCAF

Over at Rencore we have been super-busy with investigating the new SharePoint Framework lately. Both what it has to offer, and potential pitfalls and challenges.

Related to our success in SharePoint code quality analysis in recent years, we've spent some time on the new SharePoint Framework to make SPCAF work

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0 Comments 04 May 2016
Introducing the SharePoint Framework - The new developer experience for SharePoint

If you've stumbled upon the SharePoint Framework terminology lately, it's most likley because Microsoft recently made public information about it.

The new modern Team Sites for SharePoint are based on it, modern-day customizations and development will happen on top of it. In this post I will try to elaborate what

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The Future of SharePoint - it's here!

Today Microsoft announced "The Future of SharePoint" at one of their events. This is a big step in the right direction for many reasons, and in this post I'll try to explain my take on why I like what I'm seeing.

Microsoft is really reinventing themselves. That's why I love

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0 Comments 04 May 2016
Developing with Azure Resource Manager - Part 5 - Tip: Get all available api-version alternatives for the ARM endpoints

Introduction

I've worked with the Azure Resource Manager API's extensively over the last 6 months. While doing so I've realized that the API versions changes and there's new functionality available. In order to know what versions are out there (and to be sure that's the full truth, given the documentation

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0 Comments 11 April 2016

Introduction

One of the tools I've used a LOT recently is the Azure Resource Explorer. This is a site which gives you a pretty thorough insight into what the Azure Resource Manager REST API endpoints looks like, and you can try them out live.

A word of caution: This tool

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0 Comments 01 April 2016
Collab365 Solutions Days: My session about SPCAF and SharePoint & Office 365 Transformation Guidance

If you missed my session on the Collab365 Solutions Days the other day, you can find it on-demand on their website now.

SharePoint & Office 365 Code Quality Analysis & Transformation Guidance

This session is split in two phases. The first half is discussing the benefits of using SPCAF for

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Developing with Azure Resource Manager - Part 3 - Build an application using C# which is using the Azure Resource Manager API's

Introduction

Welcome to Part 3 in the Developing with Azure Resource Manager series. In the first part we took a look at what is required to set up the proper authentication in order for us to start developing with ARM.

In this article we will take a look at how

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0 Comments 21 February 2016
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