SharePoint Framework is now a Release Candidate

Microsoft released SharePoint Framework as a "Release Candidate 0" drop, meaning the solution is complete and undergoing testing at this moment. General Availability should follow shortly. The new release is available for developers HERE. Release notes are available HERE. In the meantime, if you wish to learn more on SharePoint Framework, you may check the webinar…Read more SharePoint Framework is now a Release Candidate

Bring your “A” game to ESPC16 with Datapolis!

Datapolis, our company, is the Silver Sponsor of European SharePoint Conference, the biggest SharePoint and Office 365 event in the continent. From 14th to 17th November in Vienna over 2000 participants will attend 100 sessions by SP thought leaders, learn at groundbreaking workshops and keynotes, and visit the expo with over 60 world's leading SharePoint companies. Do you want to meet us there? Book a meeting at http://espc2016.datapolis.com!

Gokan Ozcifci MVP about SharePoint: We can create the perfect ecosystem

Gokan Ozcifci, SharePoint MVP, and independent consultant, was a speaker at SharePoint Saturday Warsaw where he talked about bare essentials for Office 365 and hybrid SharePoint deployments. As a followup after the conference we asked him a few questions about his experiences as a MVP, views on the SharePoint community and opinions on the future of SharePoint. Read the interview below!

SharePoint Framework: A new breath for SharePoint development. Part 1: Date Picker

In this post I am not going to focus on how to work with SharePoint API, create a first app, and deploy it because Microsoft already prepared sample projects and documentation together with a 6-part YouTube tutorial (link : http://dev.office.com/sharepoint/docs/spfx/web-parts/get-started/build-a-hello-world-web-part). But, to say it short, I wrote how to run a created project.