Recently I was tasked with creating a Responsive SharePoint 2013 site for a client using Managed Navigation. Being that I had already used Responsive SharePoint in the past with some heavy “tweaking” (probably not the right word here as I basically just hacked it to pieces, but I digress) I knew that this would be a walk in the park.
Over the past two days I have had the pleasure of attending some excellent workshops at CodeMash. I do not normally do the “session hopping” thing but there were just too many workshops that I was interested in and it was really my only recourse on day 2.
Over the past two days I have had the pleasure of attending some excellent workshops at CodeMash. While I can honestly say only two of the workshops were beneficial from an immediate knowledge gain perspective, I think that I will get more long term value out of the others that I attended.
With the rise of cloud and mobile technology, people expect fast, uninhibited access to data regardless of where they are, what device they’re using, what browser they’re using, or how the data is being stored. SharePoint is a widely popular platform for businesses to utilize for data storage, and access to that data can sometimes be a problem on a device without direct SharePoint access. However, there is a great workaround – you can create an external application that interacts with Microsoft Azure Active Directory, Office 365, and SharePoint using RESTful services.
I recently had a client request rounded corners for their navigation tabs and some of the headers on their SharePoint site. If they were using IE 9 I would simply have been able to use the following block of code in the CSS:
I am officially a college graduate with a degree in Computer Information Sciences and having been lucky enough to be hired as a developer before graduation I have come to the realization that getting my diploma is just the beginning of very long but very rewarding journey. I did well in school if I do say so myself, but I am well aware that I need a lot of work as developer. With that being said I am going to embark on a journey of “self-enlightenment” over the next 3 years. I am going to start what I am calling the “New Every Two” journey. My goal is to become proficient with a new programming language, technology, or concept every two months.