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Apr
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comment Uninstall event at SharePoint Hosted App
Sorry - I just noticed your comment about completely client side. Handling events requires a remote event receiver which is, in effect, a Provider-Hosted App. If you are completely client side then there's no way to automatically run clean-up code.
Apr
27
answered Uninstall event at SharePoint Hosted App
Apr
27
comment How to access a custom field of a list using REST
Try removing the select (i.e. bring back all the field values) and see if the value of MyField is included in the response.
Apr
9
answered Is it possible to configure SharePoint app in the same domain as host web?
Mar
23
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Mar
23
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Mar
10
comment feature upgrading question
I've updated the link
Mar
10
revised feature upgrading question
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Feb
25
comment sharepoint training
I have content on Pluralsight.
Feb
25
comment Create a Document Library using REST
No, you specify the body content. Check out this video, it shows how to perform CRUD operations using the REST API. youtube.com/watch?v=NIyNs1vXXJA
Feb
25
answered How to get multiple lists on a page using context.executeQueryAsync?
Feb
24
answered Office 365 .NET Languages
Feb
24
comment Asynchronus loading of visual web part
Then the SPContext should be populated by the time Page_Load fires. You could try using Page_PreRender instead of Page_Load and see if that works.
Feb
24
comment Asynchronus loading of visual web part
Are you using the farm solution or the sandbox solution version of the Visual Web Part template. You can tell by looking in the folder for the Web Part in the solution explorer. If there is a <web part name>.cs and <web part name>.ascx, it's the farm solution version.
Feb
24
revised Asynchronus loading of visual web part
Add link to video
Feb
24
answered Asynchronus loading of visual web part
Feb
24
answered Create a Document Library using REST
Feb
23
comment Try - Catch CSOM
In the catch block you are setting the title of the list to 'Contacts List'. So, you should expect to get an error if you have a list named 'Contacts List' but not one named 'Contacts'. SharePoint will try to load the list named 'Contacts' which will fail. Then it will fall into the catch block where it will try to create the list named 'Contacts List' which will also fail. SharePoint will then throw this second exception back from the service call.
Feb
23
answered Security Exception when calling WCF Service from Sharepoint 2013 Visual webpart
Feb
23
comment Office365 REST API bad request while saving data to List
My guess is that one of the calls to getValue is returning an unexpected value. You should use Fiddler to inspect the request and response to see if you can get more information. telerik.com/fiddler