Category Archives: SharePoint

Solving IIS SMTP mails stuck in Queue folder when using Gmail

It is actually quite easy to setup a local SMTP and routing through Gmail to test sending emails from your application. There are a few good posts on this that you can follow: https://fmuntean.wordpress.com/2008/10/26/how-to-configure-iis-smtp-server-to-forward-emails-using-a-gmail-account/ (note that it works for me without … Continue reading

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SPClientSideDeployment now supports deploying assemblies to GAC (On-Prem only)

While these days server-side solution looks as if it’s going out of fashion, the fact is quite a number of people are still dependent on them for various reasons. Back in the days when server-side solution was the only (practical) option, … Continue reading

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SPClientSideDeployment 3.1 brings support for minified JS/CSS and seamless dev-prod transition

I have just released version 3.1 of SPClientSideDeployment with added support for minified JS/CSS. You are now able to include minified files in the deployment package that the tool generates, and instruct the generated PowerShell script to use them during … Continue reading

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Setting HTML content for Content Editor Web Part by code

To set the content of a Content Editor Web Part (CEWP) by code you need to set the Content property of the ContentEditorWebPart class. There is an example of how to do this in the aforementioned MSDN link. There is however … Continue reading

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SPClientSideDeployment 3.0 adds auto-deploy on save option and support for compilable JS and CSS

I have just released version 3.0 of SPClientSideDeployment with two major enhancements: Auto-deploy on save: when this option is enabled, files will automatically be deployed to SharePoint each time you save them Support for compilable JavaScript and CSS: the tool detects … Continue reading

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Enabling native TypeScript support in other project types in Visual Studio 2015

Native TypeScript support in Visual Studio 2015 is not available for all project types by default. As far as I’m aware, it is only available for the ASP.NET Web Application project type. Sometime, you may be working with TypeScript but … Continue reading

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New version of SPClientSideDeployment adds support for folder-based file deployment and automatic folder creation

I have just released version 2.0 of SPClientSideDeployment with two major enhancements: Folder-based file deployment – this allows you to define a local folder in the DeploymentSettings.xml file. All files under this folder (and its sub-folders) will be processed by the tool. … Continue reading

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