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  • Office Documents Don't Save to Current SharePont Library When Launched From FirefoxWednesday, May 20, 2015
    ​I created a custom display template for rendering information about particular kinds of documents in the site I was building in SharePoint Online. However, users noticed something inconvenient; when users opened the document from Firefox, if they they clicked the Save button, Word, Excel, or PowerPoint tried to save the document to the TEMP directory on their hard drive instead of back to the SharePoint library where the file belonged. It turns out that when you create the anchor tag in the ...
  • Office 365 Dev Camp Coming to St. LouisMonday, May 11, 2015
    ​Guess what? Next Monday Microsoft is holding an Office 365 Developer Camp at the Microsoft building. This is an all day FREE event where you can learn all about Office 365 development. You can learn about: Building add-ins for SharePoint. (For those who didn't hear at Ignite, SharePoint apps are now called "add-ins".) Connecting to the Office 365 APIs via a stand alone web application. Building add-ins for Office. Building a native Android app using the ShareP...
  • Ignite Day 1Tuesday, May 5, 2015
    After a 4 hour drive, 1.5 hours on a commuter train, a 1 mile walk with luggage, and a 30 minute bus ride, I finally made it McCormick Place for the Ignite conference on Sunday night. ​ During the conference, I'm helping out with the Hands on Labs area. There are 159 labs for attendees to walk through, which is pretty incredible. The lab machines are finally all-in-one large touch screens, which makes for a more pleasant lab experience.   As is often the case, Microsoft made a few an...