How-To Archive

Cache Busting : Why You Should’t Tell Your Clients To Hard Refresh

Everyone hates telling clients to press ctrl + f5 to see the latest changes you’ve made to JavaScript. Let’s solve that problem

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Setting up your CycleJS environment

A beginners guide to creating a demo application using cyclejs. This part focuses on setting up your development environment. In a later article we will see how we can run our first app in cycle

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Fix SharePoint Current Navigation Highlight

Something to check before you start writing bunch code to fix the infamous SharePoint current navigation highlight problem on a publishing site

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Reading enormous data from MongoDB using MongooseJS

How to read huge amounts of data from MongoDB using Mongoose

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Knockout the timeline

Customization of the vertical timeline shown @ Codyhouse.co using Knockout

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Change SharePoint List Column Width (SP.ModifyColumnWidth)

Out of the box SharePoint does not provide a way to change the width of columns in a list/library. This solution deploys a custom ribbon control that enables a user to achieve this at client side

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Open Modal pop up from hyperlink column

How to open a modal dialog from a hyperlink column in SharePoint

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SharePoint : Site Columns and Content Types

There is a lot to talk about site columns and content types and how easily many ignore its power (including me). You can read tons of it online but, in my opinion you will never really realize its importance unless you have had your own “tryst” with them. Let us look at a requirement that [&hellip

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Filter a SharePoint list between 2 dates

Sharepoint 2013 provides a couple of alternatives to filter lists or libraries out of the box. Metadata Navigation and Filtering Filtering by passing parameters in the URL Metadata Navigation and Filtering This is one of the most common types of filtering and has been blogged about a lot.  To enable this kind of filtering you [&hellip

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File Statistics

Here is something i developed a while back on C#. What this does is it gives you a cumulative report of all the files that are present in your target folder ordered by size range. So for example you have a target folder named D:/test it would give you a report that says  10 files [&hellip

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