Microsoft cloud engineer - SharePoint, Office 365, Azure, DotNet, Angular, JavaScript.
Microsoft cloud engineer - SharePoint, Office 365, Azure, DotNet, Angular, JavaScript.

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VIDEO – Demo of “SPGo” Visual Studio Code Extension

Wanted to show how SPGO extension can help with local folder editing for remote SharePoint files.   Local save (Ctrl+S) will automatically run upload in the background to destination Document Library.  Configuring JSON for workspace, populate first run, download files, and upload files.  Cheers! 

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{

    "sourceDirectory": "src",

    "sharePointSiteUrl": "https://spjeff.sharepoint.com",

    "publishingScope": "SaveOnly",
    "authenticationType": "Forms",

    "remoteFolders" : ["/SiteAssets"]

}

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VIDEO – MS Graph Quick Start (Angular CLI)

Demo of the Microsoft Graph “Quick Start” which generates a full code project with a new App ID (Client ID).    Azure Active Directory (AAD) manages a registration of application ID paired with API permission grants for which API calls can be made.   From there, the client side JavaScript application can invoke HTTP GET to fetch JSON data for the allowed MS Graph API endpoints.   Cheers! 

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VIDEO – code JS todo CRUD on Breeze & SQL Express (part 2 of 2)

Our next step in this series is cloud hosting.  Each of the local source components has a Microsoft cloud destination equivalent.   Here is the mapping:

  • SQL Express > SQL Azure
  • WebAPI > Azure Web App
  • Angular SPA > Office 365 SharePoint Content Editor

In the video below I walk through all of these steps to migrate the local “todo” CRUD application created earlier to be fully hosted in Microsoft’s cloud.    From there, we have a fully operational business application running on Office 365 with all custom code hosted in Azure.

Enjoy!

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VIDEO – code JS todo CRUD on Breeze & SQL Express (part 2 of 2) from Jeff Jones on Vimeo.

VIDEO – Cloud migration of JS todo CRUD to Azure & Office 365 (part 2 of 2)

Live walk through of hosting “Todo List” CRUD application on the Microsoft cloud.   Continued from the first video where we coded a full local application, this video migrates the application front/back end to the cloud.   HTTPS Breeze WebAPI endpoint hosted on Azure for the backend with HTTPS Office 365 SharePoint Content Editor Web Part for the frontend GUI end user experience.

Custom HTTP header was added for extra security as an application “client secret” which is required for the WebAPI middle tier to respond to HTTP traffic.  Missing HTTP header will respond with “null” and not execute any Dot Net code.

Enjoy!

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