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ROBERT SCHOUTEN

Office 365 | SharePoint | Teams | Azure | Microsoft MVP

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Microsoft Teams SPFx Personal App configuration

Microsoft SharePoint Framework (SPFx) supports, since version 1.10.0, the ability to create Personal Apps for Microsoft Teams. A Personal App in Microsoft Teams is an App that a user can install and can be accessed through the left rail in... Continue Reading →

Creating a Microsoft Teams app: how easy is it?

In a comment on LinkedIn about my blog post about Microsoft Teams app setup policies, my old colleague Renso Jacobs asked me if I could write a blog post about how easy it is to create a Microsoft Teams App.... Continue Reading →

User_impersonation scope issue when working with SharePoint Framework API permissions

Lately I have been busy developing a SharePoint Framework (SPFx) web part which should call an Azure AD secured Web API and display information coming from this Web API. The SharePoint Framework simplifies working with APIs secured with Azure AD... Continue Reading →

Microsoft Teams extensibility using SPFx

With version 1.7 of the SharePoint Framework (SPFx), Microsoft introduced the possibility to create Tabs in Microsoft Teams using the SharePoint Framework. This means already made investments in SharePoint web parts using SPFx, can now be ported to teams. One... Continue Reading →

SharePoint (PnP) starter kit: people directory contribution

In my last blog post around the SharePoint (PnP) starter kit, I wrote about a search issue within this web part. I also wrote I advanced the initial people directory web part in order to display more information about a... Continue Reading →

PnP Starter kit: People directory search issue

Lately I was working on a client intranet project. The client wanted a People directory and a possibility to search for people. During some refinement sessions, the demand to show some custom user profile properties in the people directory came... Continue Reading →

PnP starter kit: optimisation considerations

As posted in my previous blog post, I have been playing around with the PnP starter kit. For a client I wanted to use some of the web parts and extensions as a basis. I particularly mention basis, because the... Continue Reading →

Update file metadata with REST API using ValidateUpdateListItem method

Lately I was working on some contributions for the Office 365 CLI, specifically on adding files and meta data. When you look at the different documentation available on uploading files and setting meta data on a list item, you come... Continue Reading →

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