Step By Step Procedure To Create A Microsoft Flow

Microsoft Flow, a component of the Office 365 suite, is a cloud-based tool that enables users to effortlessly automate workflows across various applications and services, without the need for technical assistance from developers. Built on top of the logic app engine, Microsoft Flow is designed for business users with a user-friendly interface. To create a flow, the user simply defines the action that should occur in response to a specific trigger event.

SharePoint Framework: Deploy client-side web parts

SharePoint Framework encourages us to host customizations outside of SharePoint. Consisting fully of client-side assets these customizations can be hosted on public CDNs or other locations optimized for delivery of static resources. But hosting resources externally isn’t without downsides. Assuming you’re not hosting your organization’s customizations publicly, it adds yet another location for you to […]

A Brief Discussion on Ontology and it’s Classification

Ontology Ontologies are specifications of conceptualizations. It is a description of the concepts and relationships that can exist for an agent or a community of agents. The word Ontology, derives from the Greek words onto (being) and logia (written or spoken discourse). In philosophy, an ontology is a hypothesis about the nature of existence, of […]

An Alternative Approach to Query User Profile Service in InfoPath using SharePoint Online

Background In InfoPath form, to auto populate user details, generally we, SharePoint Developers, used the GetUserProfileByName method by creating a data connection to And we used to be using this in SharePoint on-premises. Few days ago, I was trying to create an InfoPath form in SharePoint Online with Office 365 and I got an […]