Musings and Solutions for SharePoint, O365, and Azure

Author: Julie Turner, MVP

Julie has been building software on primarily the Microsoft platform for over 20 years. With a degree in Electrical Engineering specializing in microprocessor system design from Worcester Polytechnic Institute she came at software initially from a very low level but quickly realized a love and aptitude for developing rich user experiences and solutions. She worked her way up through internal IT ranks reaching a Director of IT position before realizing more impact could be made in consulting and really focused in on the SharePoint platform in 2007. Since then her focus has been on the SharePoint platform, Office 365, Azure, and client side development. She's the co-author of the Widget Wrangler JavaScript library and continues to try and help innovate SharePoint and Office 365 solutions for her clients. She is a 2017 recipient of the Microsoft MVP award for Office Servers and Services.


Conquer your dev toolchain in ‘Classic’ SharePoint – Part 4

January 16, 2018

This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series Conquer your dev toolchain in 'Classic' SharePoint

For this last post I want to take what we’ve learned and add the final pieces that have you creating web parts in the same way you would modern SPFx web parts and solutions. We’re going to start by discussing TypeScript and then briefly …



Conquer your dev toolchain in ‘Classic’ SharePoint – Part 3

January 11, 2018

This entry is part 3 of 4 in the series Conquer your dev toolchain in 'Classic' SharePoint

In our last post I went through the gulp process we were implementing to watch our files and upload them into an appropriate SharePoint library so that we can test our work inside SharePoint regardless of if SharePoint was version 2007 or SharePoint Online. …



Conquer your dev toolchain in ‘Classic’ SharePoint – Part 2

January 9, 2018

This entry is part 2 of 4 in the series Conquer your dev toolchain in 'Classic' SharePoint

In the first post in this series I discussed some of the benefits of formalizing your client-side development process and then a bit about starting the process of tooling up. A common scenario to develop our own client-side solutions in SharePoint is to point …



Conquer your dev toolchain in ‘Classic’ SharePoint – Part 1

January 5, 2018

This entry is part 1 of 4 in the series Conquer your dev toolchain in 'Classic' SharePoint

Last year, around this time, Marc and I agreed we should write a blog series on our development process. As often happens good intentions get buried in other commitments, but I’ve finally managed to circle back on this topic which I’m finding has become …





Extending SharePoint with ADAL and the Microsoft Graph API – Part 4 (The Extension)

August 30, 2017

This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series Extending SharePoint with ADAL and the Microsoft Graph API

Introduction When I last left you (in Part 3) we had completed the round-trip journey that is learning all the facets to accessing the Microsoft Graph API (MSGraph) through an Azure Application and the ADAL.js library. A significant portion of our time was spent …





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