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Developing custom SharePoint functionalities using JavaScript Client Object Model without on-premises App Infrastructure setup

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Date : June 5, 2015

We know to provide infrastructure support for SharePoint Apps we have to do a number of configuration steps. I have worked for a number of business where the App infrastructure for their on-premises SharePoint farm has not been set up but there are some important business requirement to be implemented without trusted solution and managed code as a practice. In this article I will show you a structured way of developing custom SharePoint functionalities using JavaScript CSOM and jQuery which is very compatible with SharePoint hosted Apps.

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM – Adding Pure Client Side Scripting

Date : March 4, 2015


You are using Microsoft Dynamics CRM. In this blog I will discuss about how you can add Client Side Scripting using JavaScript for the purpose of programming your Dynamic CRM.  You can use such client side scripting to implement your custom field validation.  For example, you want to validate mobile # to check whether it is 10 digit numbers. In this case instead of setting rule which is a server side validation where a server trip is required for the process to validate, you can use a pure client side scripting. Continue Reading…

Intro to Model View Libraries and SharePoint

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Date : May 20, 2013

Over the past year I have seen a huge uptake in the use of JavaScript Model View with SharePoint. A Model View library allows you to separate your data, presentation, and the transformation of that data to presentation view. The uptake is probably caused by two factors, first a rejuvenated interest in the MVC pattern, and second is the RESTful services SharePoint 2013 brings to the table. SharePoint 2010 also had these RESTful services, but they were new and didn’t provide all the functions that the 2013 services do. Continue Reading…

mQuery for SharePoint 2013

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Date : August 20, 2012

I was poking around the new Office365 preview and started writing some custom JavaScript tweaks when I found a JavaScript class file called mQuery.js. This was confusing to me, as I had heard from some of the rumors that SharePoint 2013 was going to ship with jQuery out of the box. So I started probing into this new mQuery.js file, and low and behold it looks very similar to jQuery’s event features. Here is the mQuery.js file from their CDN, and here are some functions from the file: Continue Reading…