Our recent webinar on ‘Introduction to SharePoint Framework’ (SPFx) attracted very active participation from a large number of developers. This blog gives a brief overview of SharePoint Framework followed by answers to questions from the participants of that webinar. Understanding SharePoint Framework: As Microsoft says, “The SharePoint Framework is a Page and Part model that enables […]
Data reporting is the process of collecting and submitting data to authorities entrusted with compiling statistics. Accurate data reporting gives rise to accurate analysis of the facts on the ground; inaccurate data reporting can lead to wrong decision making. The common problems in data reporting can be due to change in business logic or if there is need for enhancement of the
If you have not gone through my first two blogs, this might be the right time to go through them: `Angular 2 Single Page Apps using Routing – Part 1′ and `Angular 2 Single Page Apps using Routing – Part 2′. In this blog, I will show the process for updating app.component.html. <nav class=”navbar navbar-default”> <div […]
REST stands for Representational state transfer protocol. Restful web services are designed for resource intercommunication. REST APIs provide access to resources (data entities) via URL paths. To use a REST API, application will make a HTTP request and parse the response.
In continuation to my earlier blog on the `Angular 2 Single Page Apps Using Routing’ blog series, in this one, I will go through the process required for creating a Home Component. Creating Home Component Create Home folder under app folder.
This is in continuation of the blog series on `Effort Estimation Techniques. History of Use-Case Points The Use-Case Point estimation method was introduced by Gustav Karner in 1993. The work was later licensed by Rational Software that merged into IBM. Use-Case Points Counting Process: The Use-Case Points counting process has the following steps: Calculate unadjusted UCPs […]
Effort estimation is one of the most important aspects of project implementation irrespective of the methodology in which the project will be implemented. If we have understood the scope in its discrete functionalities and are able to arrive with a good Work-Breakdown Structure [WBS] it would be easy to estimate the time taken to implement […]
Authorization Grant In continuation to my earlier blog, there are four different of scenarios, clients and authorization flows where OAuth can be deployed. I will now discuss OAuth 2.0’s four different grant types:
Introduction OAuth 2.0 (Open Authentication) is an authorization framework which enables websites or applications to obtain limited access to a HTTP service (such as Facebook, GitHub, Google, etc…). It is commonly used as a way for users to authorize third-party (websites or application) to access their information on other web services but without sharing their […]
In this 5-part blog series I will go through a PetCare application to explain the concept of Single Page App using a router component. Given below is a screenshot of how the final app output will appear in both desktop and mobile devices: Prerequisites This blog is for people familiar with basic Angular 2 and Twitter […]