You don't need a CDN

You don't need a CDN

Many articles about building SharePoint Framework solutions mention uploading your files to a CDN. But are you sure you actually need one? What is a CDN Content Delivery Network (CDN) is a system, that uses servers distributed around the globe to deliver files to users. By automatically choosing the server
SharePoint customizations: when costs outweigh benefits

SharePoint customizations: when costs outweigh benefits

You customize SharePoint to improve your business processes and gain competitive advantage. But instead of the benefits, all you see is more costs. How come? Who doesn't customize SharePoint Everyone does. Organizations use SharePoint for many different reasons. At the end of the day, everybody wants to get more return

From 0 to 60 or how I refactored an Office Add-in from a web page hosted in SharePoint to an application using Node.js, CORS and Office 365 API

After building SharePoint solutions for a few years I tried building an Office Add-in querying the Office Graph. Here is what I learned. 0 mph I've been working with the Office Graph for a while now. One of the early days I got the idea of building an Office Add-in

Cross-selling content on your website

Every single e-commerce website out there uses cross-selling to expand their reach and help visitors get familiar with as many products as possible. So why not we apply the same idea to the content on our websites? Getting more of your content to people How can I help my visitors

DevDays ‘09 day 1

Today I attended the DevDays ‘09 PreConference – DeepDive. It was a great day full of SharePoint content provided by Wouter van Vugt of Code Counsel. Wouter did absolutely a great job delivering the content. It was a great mix of introduction content, some great undocumented stuff, and bad jokes Wouter-style.