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End of Life Support for Microsoft SharePoint 2013

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Have you heard? Microsoft has announced the upcoming end-of-life support for Microsoft SharePoint 2013 - and it's coming up fast! But what does this mean for the rest of us who are not in the cloud and still have SharePoint environments running on SharePoint 2013? It means you need to start planning now for your upgrade to the next version, SharePoint 2016, or for your migration to SharePoint Online. For many of us, this can...
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Microsoft Announces Retirement and Shutdown of Office 365 Access Web Apps and Web Databases

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Microsoft Announces Retirement and Shutdown of Access Web Apps and Web Databases in Office 365 and SharePoint Online   Did you hear? Microsoft has announced that Access web apps and Access web databases in Office 365 and SharePoint Online are being retired. More importantly, Microsoft will shut down any remaining Access-based web apps and Access web databases by April 2018. Read Microsoft official announcement here. What Should I Do? There are several things you should...
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Is this the rebirth of the SharePoint Intranet?

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Is this the rebirth of the SharePoint Intranet? With the cloud gaining momentum, the future of the intranet is never far from our minds, or more specifically, the future of the traditional intranet portal. Modern business users want tools that make them more productive and engaged, and they want them in a single, easily accessible location. Microsoft’s SharePoint Server was once billed as an all-round company intranet portal, but it simply doesn’t have the capacity…

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MinRole Creates Simpler Deployments for SharePoint 2016 Administrators

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MinRole Creates Simpler Deployments for SharePoint 2016 Administrators! In previous versions of SharePoint, there weren’t any roles.  It was up to Administrators to configure which services would run where, and this would sometimes lead to small misconfigurations. Check out this video to learn all about MinRole and how Administrators can now define each server’s role in the farm topology. 0:52 – What is MinRole? 1:25 – SharePoint Server Roles 2:54 – How Does it Work…

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The Future of SharePoint – Live Event Recap

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Yesterday, Microsoft hosted a landmark event: THE FUTURE OF SHAREPOINT. Not only did Microsoft announce their GA (General Availability) release of SharePoint Server 2016, but Microsoft also unveiled their new vision and roadmap for SharePoint and OneDrive for Business, both on-premises and in the cloud with Office 365. It was an exciting event! If you missed yesterday’s historic live event, Imaginet has consolidated the most important information for you below. The Future of SharePoint: Microsoft Blog Recap…

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How to Create Lists in SharePoint Using Visual Studio 2015 (Step-by-Step Tutorial)

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How to Create Lists in SharePoint Using Visual Studio 2015 (Step-by-Step Tutorial) At Imaginet, we’re always looking for better and faster ways to accomplish technology goals.  In this article, we’ll explore how to create lists in SharePoint using Visual Studio 2015 in a few simple steps, making your list creation more efficient than ever. Before we being, be sure your development environment meets the requirements for developing SharePoint solutions. You can check those requirements for…

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Tips and Tricks from the Imaginet Experts

By All Posts, Application Development, Application Lifecycle Management, SharePoint, Team Foundation Server, Visual Studio One Comment

Get ready for some fantastic tips, tricks, and best practices from our resident Imaginet software innovation experts! From SharePoint advice to Visual Studio, TFS, and Application Lifecycle Management (ALM) best practices to lessons learned on Web Application Development and Mobile App Development projects, we have a lot of great advice to share to get your new year started on the right foot. In this article, we will share 6 tips and tricks from our Imaginet experts, with more…

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How to Experience a Hassle-Free SharePoint

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Migrate to Microsoft SharePoint Online on Office 365 and experience the hassle-free difference. With Microsoft’s ‘cloud first, mobile first’ focus, Microsoft is in the process of converting many of their customers’ licenses from SharePoint On-Premise to SharePoint Online on Office 365. This gives many organizations the automatic ability to take full advantage of the cloud and paves the way for a more hassle-free SharePoint for you. Has Microsoft recently flipped your SharePoint On-Prem licenses to…

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Deploying a Provider Hosted SharePoint App to Azure and SharePoint Online

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In this post, we are going to walk you through the process of deploying a provider hosted SharePoint app to Microsoft Azure and Microsoft SharePoint Online. We assume that the app has been created, and the app permissions are configured correctly for what the app is supposed to do. I should note that this article will only be about apps that are being deployed to a local app catalog. Also, I’m assuming that you have…

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The Road to MCSD: Programming in HTML5 with JavaScript and CSS3 – Exam 1

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Our first walkthrough on your road to your Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer (MCSD) certification in SharePoint Applications takes us through exam 70-480 – Programming in HTML5 with JavaScript and CSS3. Exam 480 covers the latest version of HTML5 (standardized by W3C in October, 2014), JavaScript, and CSS3, and since all 3 of these technologies are widely used outside of SharePoint, you’ll find that there are a ton of resources to help you prepare for this…

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