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Join us at the Global Microsoft 365 Developer Bootcamp in Vienna!

We are excited to kick off the Global Microsoft 365 Developer Bootcamp in Vienna, Austria on November 27, 2019!

Instantly install your essential software with Chocolatey

When installing a new computer, it takes some time to download and install the essential software. This is what Chocolatey is for. Chocolatey is a cost free package manager for Windows using NuGet infrastructure and PowerShell to quickly installing applications and tools that you need. I am using choco since a long time, now I wanted to show my current packaged software for my new computer. See the script here.

Use SharePoint view column formatting for displaying pictures and conditional formatting

Today I want to share just a quick tip for custom formatting views in SharePoint lists since I need them from time to time. My goal was to show a picture of a text field with an URL and to use conditional formatting with a traffic light system to visualize the sentiment of tweets that are written to a SharePoint Online custom list from a Flow. See the formatting options here.

Use Visual Studio Code and the Code Runner extension

Visual Studio Code (currently, Version 1.22 is available) is a very cool developer tool providing a modern and fast code editor with a bunch of extensions. With extensions as Code-Runner, it’s easy to run a code file or active text directly from the VS Code text editor. Check out this quick description how to configure and use Code Runner.

Monaco Editor in eigene Web-Apps integrieren

Visual Studio Code verwendet ihn. Und man kann ihn auch selbst in eigenen Projekten verwenden: Den unglaublich coolen Monaco-Editor! Dieser Editor ist ein browser-basierter Code Editor, mit IntelliSense für JavaScript, JSON, HTML, CSS, Less, Sass, C# und TypeScript Support und vielem mehr. Und er kann in eigenen Web-Apps verwendet werden.

Visual Studio Code den Run-Button für Websites beibringen

Visual Studio Code ist eine feine Sache. Das kostenlose Entwicklungssystem für Windows, OS X und Linux ist unter https://code.visualstudio.com downloadbar und stellt neben einem sehr leistungsfähigen Editor mit IntelliSense und Debugging, Git-Support und Extensions auch Runtimes für Node.js, .NET Core4, Unity und Office bereit. Apropos Runtime: Wie sieht es mit Webprojekten aus? Das müssen wir Visual Studio Code (VSC) erst beibringen…