In the second volume, we will first cover the PowerShell command pack from the PnP repository, exploring the various capabilities it offers. We will focus on site modification, site collection, and site provisioning techniques. Next we will cover provider-hosted add-ins and take a look at what they have to offer on top of SP-hosted add-ins. We’ll convert a project from an SP-hosted one into a provider-hosted one and set up sample event reactive code using the WebHooks SDK.
Lastly, we’ll take a look at Office 365’s unified Graph API, which allows developers to connect to a range of varying Office 365 APIs in a unified manner, using a single API access token.
About the Author :
OLEG RUMIANCEV is a full-time SharePoint ninja currently living in Biddulph, United Kingdom. His interests range from Microsoft and SharePoint to AI, and inspirational TED talks.
Oleg is a flexible software architect offering 9 years of experience designing, building, testing and maintaining enterprise solutions of varied complexity.
Proficient in all SharePoint Server development routes having implemented a large number of projects with varying customization requirements.
This video provides introduction to PowerShell framework and PowerShellGet and the module manager for it. Itdemonstrates installation and usage of the PowerShellGet component
Outlying possibilities of existing site modifications and then showing how PnP-PowerShell cmdlets can be used to build or modify content
Providing an overview of PnP Provisioning Schema engine, which uses specifically crafted XML files to create new content in SharePoint sites
This video starts by explaining what a provider-hosted add-in is and then proceeds to take a look at a templated provider-hosted add-in sample and modifies it to inherit branding from a host web
This video starts by introducing additional capabilities that are available as part of provider-hosted add-ins, such as remote event receivers (RERs) and remote timer jobs, and we focus on how RERs can be added and debugged in Visual Studio
This video focuses on practical aspects of connecting provider-hosted add-ins in Azure with SharePoint sites, as well as takes a look at WebHooks-handling code and debugging it.
This video focuses on authentication flows overview for different usage scenarios and discusses three widely used scenarios; then,we outline steps needed to be taken on Azure portal to register an app with Azure AD for authentication
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