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Nov
14
comment How to get deferred object for sharepoint rest queries
Sounds like you want to use $.ajax({async:false}) and drop promises. While that is possible, IMHO it's a bad idea. Returning a promise is a good thing, even if it adds some lines to the library usage. E.g., what would you do if you wanted to bundle several requests and wait for all of them to finish? With a promise that is superdupereasy
Nov
14
comment How to get deferred object for sharepoint rest queries
The object you get back is the promise, not the data. It's not synchronous, so you would do something like RESTQueries.readItemsFromList().then(function(data) { console.log(data); });
Nov
14
answered How to get deferred object for sharepoint rest queries
Nov
13
revised SharePoint 2013 REST how to add pagination?
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Nov
13
comment SharePoint 2013 REST how to add pagination?
@MehdiJalal the explanation above should be a sufficient starting point IMHO, after all you might want to implement this in smart-table, ng-grid, ngtable or the other pals and so the code would be quite different. However I will oblige and spoon-feed you as soon as I get home from work in some hours
Nov
13
comment SharePoint 2013 REST how to add pagination?
I don't think $skip works @pholpar, my example above does, it's how I do it on SharePoint online at least (just look at _next when you query /Items).
Nov
13
answered SharePoint 2013 REST how to add pagination?
Nov
12
revised PowerShell Set-WebApplication property bag doesn't work
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Nov
12
reviewed Approve PowerShell Set-WebApplication property bag doesn't work
Nov
6
answered Automatic Bootstrap Tabs in SharePoint
Nov
6
comment Automatic Bootstrap Tabs in SharePoint
If you can stick with one version of jQuery that is the best. I'll just copy/move my top comment to question in order to snag a point.
Nov
6
comment Automatic Bootstrap Tabs in SharePoint
There are several ways, you might be able to use jQuery.noConflict. When it comes to SharePoint I usually just use requirejs (or browserify), although that might be a bit much
Nov
6
comment Automatic Bootstrap Tabs in SharePoint
That means jQuery.fn.tab is undefined, which means the jQuery version you are working on does not have Bootstrap tabs appended to it. This could be the result of many things, such as not including the bootstrap script, or order of scripts, or having several versions of jQuery on the same page
Nov
5
comment URL field in sharepoint : Points to Control Template when http removed
The most simple straight forward answer would be to just do something like this with UriBuilder. But I suspect you have thought about this since you ask?
Nov
5
comment Transfer times for REST API queries vary a lot
I just have to ask; why would REST need more round trips than JSOM? In the example query by OP there is one single query for items, and this can be made smaller by using $select. If additional data is needed $expand will give much the same stuff as JSOM without additional request. I would say it is the contrary, the JSON response from REST can be smaller than the bloated one from JSOM
Nov
3
comment How to trim down date to example 2014-10-10?
getMonth() starts at 0, for the fun of it. Just do ` + (d.getMonth() + 1) + ...`. Note the parentheses here, they are important.
Nov
3
comment How to trim down date to example 2014-10-10?
Have you tried moment.js ?
Nov
2
reviewed Approve Issues updating/setting multi value lookup columns via powershell
Nov
1
comment Combine REST query “GetItems” action with OData $filter parameter
@John-o I probably misunderstood a bit. Using only CAML is what I do today, I combine view query with my own custom query (see my answer below). I thought Vadim meant to not use view query but just make my own CAML from ground up. This is the most correct answer then :)
Nov
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revised Combine REST query “GetItems” action with OData $filter parameter
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