How’s the weather? Using a public API with PowerApps (part 2)

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series OpenAPI

Introduction Hi again This is the second half to a post that will use the OpenWeatherMap API in PowerApps. The business scenario is around performing inspections. In the first post I gave the example of a park ranger or plant operator, both conducting inspections where weather conditions can… Continue reading

A lesser known way to fine-tune SharePoint search precision…

Hi all While I’d like to claim credit for the wisdom in this post, alas I cannot. One of Seven Sigma’s consultants (Daniel Wale) worked this one out and I thought that it was blog-worthy. Before I get into the issue and Daniel’s resolution, let me give you… Continue reading

More SharePoint Branding – Customisation using JavaScript – Part 6

Send to Kindle God help me, I’m up to part 6 of series about a technology I dislike and still going. For those of you that have just joined us, then you might want to go back to the very beginning of this series where I used JavaScript to improve… Continue reading

More SharePoint Branding – Customisation using Javascript – Part 5

Hello and welcome to part 5 of another epic CleverWorkArounds blog post. If you think I write a lot on my blog, you should see my documentation and training material! I seem to be rare insofar as I actually like to write documentation and can churn out reasonable… Continue reading

More SharePoint Branding – Customisation using JavaScript – Part 4

Send to Kindle Hi there. As I write this post, the media are telling me that the stock market is stuffed, the US economy is going to the dogs and banks are writing down billions from sub-prime excess. I dare not check my online broker, road traffic this morning was… Continue reading

More SharePoint Branding – Customisation using JavaScript Part 3

Send to Kindle Hey there. Welcome to part 3 of my series on SharePoint customisation using JavaScript and web parts. So here is the lowdown so far. We are trying to find an effective, repeatable way to easily customise SharePoint form pages, so that we can hide fields or form… Continue reading

More SharePoint Branding – Customisation using JavaScript Part 2

Hi again. JavaScript sucks! There I said it. Despite me hating it as a programming language, I can’t deny that in SharePoint, it does have its uses. CleverWorkArounds Coffee requirement of this post depends on how much you hate JavaScript. Metrosexual web developer    Socially inept technical guy    Luddite… Continue reading