On Friday a co-worker indicated that they had added some comments to a Word document I created in one of our MS Teams. The following Tuesday morning, using the MS Teams Desktop Application, I went to the team to review the comments but noticed something a bit weird, the modified information hadn’t changed. It was still showing as last modified by me over a week ago. I’m typically a good “techie” and keep my stuff up to date, shut down my machine every night and I’m regularly in the MS Teams application and never noticed this. A bit perplexed, I opened the document in Word and sure enough the comments my co-worker added were there, but she hadn’t changed anything else, she just added comments. Read more
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I recently had the opportunity to write a Xamarin app for the first time. It wasn’t anything complicated – basically a CRUD application that would list items for the user with the option to add, edit and delete – but it afforded me a chance to compare and contrast with the way I’ve been writing mobile apps for the past few years. Read more
Yesterday I was overhauling our Magni Mobile calendar view into a list view. I ran into an issue where SharePoint was pre-adjusting events events occurring during Daylight Savings Time – apparently because we are not currently in DST. It was a huge headache, but I came up with a solution to analyze the UTC offset via moment.js and then “undo” the adjustments SharePoint made to the datetime on these events.
I still need to do more robust testing before I’m 100% comfortable with this solution but for now it’s fixing the all-day events that were getting screwed up by SharePoint’s adjustments.