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New SharePoint Framework PnP Samples available: using the Skype UCWA Web SDK to subscribe to people’s status- English Bloggers – MicrosoftTouch
Save publishing site as template – The right way using PnP Provisioning
How to save and deploy a Publishing site using the PnP PowerShell and the PnP Provisioning.
How to Pass Parameters into a PowerApp – SharePoint MMMan
[G]et parameters from outside into a PowerApp, and surprisingly this is really not well documented, but actually really quite easy to do.
MP3 to WAV via ffmpeg.exe in AzureFunctions, for PowerApps and Flow
- PowerApps Microphone control records MP3 files
- Cognitive Speech to Text wants to turn WAV files into JSON
- Even with Flow, we can’t convert the audio file formats.
- We need an Azure Function to gluethis one step
- After a bit of research, it looks like FFMPEG, a popular free utility can be used to do the conversion
Power BI & SharePoint with realtime refresh
Microsoft Power BI provides a powerful way to visualise SharePoint data and build reports and dashboards on SharePoint lists and libraries. With the introduction of a Power BI web part (and the embed code) we can now also integrate these Power BI assets in our SharePoint sites.
PowerApps, Flow and Managed Metadata fields–part 1
One (current) issue affecting both PowerApps and Flow is that neither support Managed Metadata Columns properly. This post outlines a method that – after getting access tokens – uses REST endpoints to update managed metadata columns.
Automatically setting Cache-Control for Azure Storage Blobs via Azure Functions
I’m storing my blog’s images in Azure storage and serve them via Azure CDN for a better performance. However, the images didn’t have a Cache-Control header so far, so they wouldn’t get cached as much / as long as I wanted to. And while setting the CacheControl property on my Azure Storage blobs manually is possible, I didn’t want to do that, but rather have it automated. Azure and automation? Functions to the rescue!
sp-dev-fx-extensions/README.md at master · SharePoint/sp-dev-fx-extensions
Sample SharePoint Framework application customizer showing how to create a tenant global NavBar and Footer NavBar for modern sites, reading menu items from the Term Store.