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Senior SharePoint architect specializing in client side development. I'm an advocate for great architecture, re-usability, and adding value.


Mar
5
comment Using CORS with SharePoint REST services from SPA
please check edits to my original answer below
Mar
5
comment Using CORS with SharePoint REST services from SPA
This blog post gives you all the options for SP 2013: blogs.msdn.com/b/officeapps/archive/2012/11/29/…
Mar
5
revised Using CORS with SharePoint REST services from SPA
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Mar
5
awarded  Yearling
Jan
30
awarded  Critic
Jan
29
answered Using CORS with SharePoint REST services from SPA
Jan
29
answered How to pass the logon name in sharepoint as a parameter in a link
Jan
28
revised Using Sharepoint client API to upload file as attachment in javascript
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Jan
28
comment Using Sharepoint client API to upload file as attachment in javascript
I edited the answer to show the change
Jan
28
comment Using Sharepoint client API to upload file as attachment in javascript
so the url should be '/_layouts/Attachfile.aspx?ListId={GUID}&ItemId=ID' see the following link: social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/sharepoint/en-US/…
Jan
22
answered Using Sharepoint client API to upload file as attachment in javascript
Jan
21
comment How to determine where an image is stored?
you check the image library by navigating to /sitename/images.
Jan
21
revised SharePoint Webpart development using SPA or JavaScript library for better performance
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Jan
21
comment SharePoint Webpart development using SPA or JavaScript library for better performance
Also take a look at Marc Anderson's blog about utilizing SPServices in a SPA. Marc actually built SPServices.
Jan
21
answered SharePoint Webpart development using SPA or JavaScript library for better performance
Nov
12
awarded  Caucus
Nov
12
awarded  Constituent
Sep
30
comment What is the difference between SPContext.Current.Web and SPContext.Current.Site.OpenWeb()?
You should not dispose of any SPSite or SPWeb referenced by the SPContext.Current object. These are references to the actual web and site the current user has access to. All the OpenWeb() command does is create a new web that is invisible to the current user even though the code has created an instance using user's credentials. You, as the coder, are responsible to clean up after yourself, without disposing of the SPContext.Current.Site object
Jan
10
awarded  Yearling
Sep
14
answered Move Existing SPListItem to an Existing SPFolder?