A few days ago I was asked for a way to bulk upload and install multiple SharePoint solutions. In a simple and quick way that wouldn’t require much user interaction/scripting or experience.
With this in mind, I have created a simple PowerShell script using PnP PowerShell that reads information from a CSV. The script starts by uploading and deploying all the apps to the SharePoint app catalog. Once this step is completed, it then connects to the target site to install the solutions.
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My “hot words” take away from the European Collaboration Summit keynote this morning
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In this article, I will demonstrate how to use PnP Provisioning Engine to provision a welcome page that will replace the default welcome page on Project sites.
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Over the last years, I have seen countless SharePoint projects using Bootstrap. And, unfortunately, some of them had a bad thing in common: a really bad integration with Bootstrap. In this post, I will show you a safe (and extremely simple!) option to use Bootstrap with SharePoint without messing up the “out-of-the-box” SharePoint UI on the classic experience.
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SharePoint development space has changed drastically over 2017. For good! If you are a SharePoint developer but have not followed the announcements in 2017 covering all the new features that you can take advantage of, just keep on reading.
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