Category: Scripting

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Code Security Audit using “npm audit”

In a previous post, I wrote about “Security Scanning SharePoint Framework” components. https://www.helloitsliam.com/2018/07/04/security-scanning-a-sharepoint-framework-solution This post is a continuance of this. When you have set up your workstation for SharePoint Framework Development, the last step...

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*NEW* Training Course Available

PowerShell for Office 365 “The course will educate you on the details you need to know to be able to start writing PowerShell for Office 365. By the end, our objective is to make...

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SharePoint Customization versus Application

Since I started working with SharePoint, what seems like a lifetime ago now, people have wanted to extend or customize it in many ways. From writing full-trust C# code to hacking the user interface...

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Security Features missing from Office 365

Office 365 is a great platform of choice for any collaboration and sharing that you may need as an organization. Over the years Microsoft has added great Security features to help in protecting Office...

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Classic versus SharePoint Framework Customization

Over the past few years, a topic that comes up more and more is whether these customization and development approaches within SharePoint are safe. I, myself have built Managed Code and Sandbox solutions, as...

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Is JavaScript Safe for SharePoint?

The typical consultant answer is correct “It Depends.” I am also expecting that there are multiple views on this and there are many I am sure who might say “Yes” and “No” and even...

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Is it a problem to customize SharePoint?

As you know, I enjoy working with SharePoint, Office 365 and of course the Security for that. I have spent a lot of my working career always drawn back to customizing the core platforms...

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Quick Update!!

As you know, starting in June of this month I left my job at Protiviti and started working for myself, creating a company called SharePlicity. So far so good, it has been more relaxing...