One of the least used and understood features of SharePoint Online is the Partner Access License or PAL. This license allows you to invite external users to sites within your SharePoint Online tenant without you needing to issue them with an Office 365 license. The only requirement to achieve this is that the user must … Continue reading Partner Access License (PAL) wrangling for SharePoint Online.
Unsurprisingly I think the way Cloud Computing is transforming the IT industry is also leading to easier ways to learn and develop skills about the Cloud. In this post I'm going to give a run down on what I think some of the best ways are to start dipping your toe into this space if … Continue reading Quick Links To Help You Learn About Developing For The Cloud
SharePoint has always been a bit a challenge when it comes to structured ALM and developer practices which is something Microsoft partially addressed with the release of SharePoint and Visual Studio 2010. Deploying and building solutions for SharePoint 2013 pretty much retains most of the IP from 2010 with the noted deprecation of Sandbox Solutions … Continue reading SharePoint Online 2013 ALM Practices
The increasing adoption of Office 365 is driving a lot of traditional development on the SharePoint platform online. As you might expect there are some big differences between on-premise and cloud and the ways in which you achieve customisation and implementation of features. Traditionally timer jobs played a large part in the way background services … Continue reading Call Web Services From Workflows on SharePoint Online