Creating an ASP.NET 5 site with Visual Studio Code - Part 3: Adding npm packages and automating tasks with Gulp (adding Office UI Fabric)

Creating an ASP.NET 5 site with Visual Studio Code - Part 3: Adding npm packages and automating tasks with Gulp (adding Office UI Fabric)

ASP.NET 5 introductory article series navigation: Part 1: Ensure installation of pre-requisites Part 2: Create your Visual Studio Code project using Yeoman Part 3: Adding npm packages and automatic tasks with Gulp – adding Office UI Fabric Part 4-n: Coming soon… Introduction Wow, that was a very long title for a blog post. With that said, this post will cover a range of fun things, including this: Using Node Package Manager (npm) to install the Office UI Fabric package Using Gulp to automatically copy the distribution files we need into the wwwroot folder Figuring out how Visual Studio Code can…

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Getting started with Office 365 development - Part 4 - From development to production: Publish your app to Windows Azure Web Sites

Getting started with Office 365 development - Part 4 - From development to production: Publish your app to Windows Azure Web Sites

This article is part of a series about “Getting started with Office 365 development”. Part 1 – Setting up your environment Part 2 – Communicate with the Exchange REST API Part 3 – Building a sample Web Forms application that integrated with Office 365 Part 4 – From development to production: Publish your app to Windows Azure Web Sites In this article we’ll take a look at how we can publish our application for public access. We will utilize Windows Azure Web Sites and will see how we can do this in a few simple steps in this article. The benefit of publishing…

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Getting started with Office 365 development - Part 3 - Building a sample Web Forms application that integrates with Office 365

Getting started with Office 365 development - Part 3 - Building a sample Web Forms application that integrates with Office 365

This article is part of a series about “Getting started with Office 365 development”. Part 1 – Setting up your environment Part 2 – Communicate with the Exchange REST API Part 3 – Building a sample Web Forms application that integrated with Office 365 Part 4 – From development to production: Publish your app to Windows Azure Web Sites Over a discussion a few days back someone asked if there weren’t any API’s for working with Web Forms instead of only MVC. The preview tools were previously only targeting MVC, Win Phone 8 and Windows 8 apps but have now been updated…

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SP 2010: Developing for performance Part 8 - Control that ViewState

SP 2010: Developing for performance Part 8 - Control that ViewState

Author: Tobias Zimmergren http://www.zimmergren.net | http://www.tozit.com | [@zimmergren](http://www.twitter.com/zimmergren) Introduction SharePoint 2010 developing for performance article series: In this series of articles I will briefly introduce you to some key concepts when it comes to developing for performance in our SharePoint 2010 applications. Related articles in this article series “Part 1 – SP 2010: Developing for performance Part 1 – Developer Dashboard Part 2 – SP 2010: Developing for performance Part 2 – SPMonitoredScope Part 3 – SP 2010: Developing for performance Part 3 – Caching in SharePoint 2010 Part 4 – SP 2010: Developing for performance Part 4…

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How to: Get up and running with .NET 3.5 in your SharePoint environment

Since I’ve been a bit on the lazy side when it comes to the blog (due to multiple reasons..), I’m thinking about writing up an article-series where I’ll talk about .NET 3.5 and what it has to offer when used in conjunction with SharePoint. Any input is welcome, of course :) Introduction In this article I will try to get you up and running with the .NET 3.5 framework in your SharePoint environment, just like I’ve previously described how you can get AJAX and Silverlight 2.0 up and running: MOSS 2007: Add support for…

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WSS v3.0: Import an ASP.NET Web Part to your Windows SharePoint Services Site

It is possible to use your ASP.NET web parts in your Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) application simply by exporting them to create .webpart files. .Webpart files are simply XML files that contains property values, state data, assembly or source file details about your Web Part (WP). In order to be able to export your WP, you need to make some changes to your WP code and the configurationsettings. Step by Step: In your WP code, set the ExportMode property to allow properties to be exported, like this:                 this.ExportMode = WebPartExportMode.All; Locate and modify your system.web section in…

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