Category: .Net

M365 - SharePoint Online - adding OOB default client side web part - DefaultClientSideWebParts 1

M365 – SharePoint Online – Adding / Provisioning client side webpart on modern page using CSOM in .NET Core application

Hi All, greetings for the day:)
In this article we will discuss how to add OOB default client side webpart / component and our custom SPFX component on communication sites modern client side page using CSOM

Detailed steps are given please have a look once.

Thank 🙂

M365 - SharePoint Online - Error - You can only promote home pages as site home page - error while calling ClientSidePage.PromoteAsHomePage() in CSOM 2

M365 – SharePoint Online – Resolving error – You can only promote home pages as site home page – error while calling ClientSidePage.PromoteAsHomePage() in CSOM

Hi All,
Greetings for the day 🙂
Today new issue 🙂 solution 🙂

In this article we will discuss solution for error – “You can only promote home pages as site home page” – exception while calling ClientSidePage.PromoteAsHomePage() in CSOM

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Azure – Connect to Key Vault from .Net Core application using Managed Identity – Part 4 – Exploring Managed Identity and Demo

Last article in the series, but very important one 🙂 as perspective Azure development. Please read once.
Azure – Connect to Key Vault from .Net Core application using Managed Identity – Part 4 – Exploring Managed Identity and Demo

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Azure – Connect to Key Vault from .Net Core application using Managed Identity – Part 3 – Publishing / Deploying .Net core console application as a Azure WebJob and Schedule it

This is the series of articles for using Managed Identity, in this article we will discuss how to create simple .NET Core console application to deploy / publish it as Azure WebJob in Azure.

Azure App Service 1

Azure – Connect to Key Vault from .Net Core application using Managed Identity – Part2 – App Service – Creating App Service from Azure Portal

In the series of articles for using Managed Identity, in this article we will discuss Azure App Service.

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GIT : Visual Studio 2017 – resolved the issue – Git failed with a fatal error. could not read Username for ‘https://.visualstudio.com’: terminal prompts disabled?

LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL 🙂 Sharing details how to resolve issue – Git failed with a fatal error. could not read Username for ‘https://.visualstudio.com’: terminal prompts disabled?

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