PowerShell x64 vs x86: set execution policy when using Visual Studio post build events

Running PowerShell scripts in the Post build events within a Visual Studio project? Getting errors telling you “running scripts is disabled on this system”? While working on Office 365 Developer Patterns and Practices (PnP) solution OfficeDevPnP.PowerShell Commands I had troubles with building my solution. Visual Studio uses PowerShell x86 in the background instead of my... Continue Reading →

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Develop, Build, Package and Deploy Apps for Office 2013 with Visual Studio 2013–European Office 365 Connect

On April 1st and 2nd in Haarlem (The Netherlands) the first European Office 365 Connect took place. Speakers from over the world (like Dan Holme, Seb Matthews, Marc Reguera and many more) visited Haarlem and did sessions related to Office 365. I’ve done a session about Apps for Office together with Visual Studio 2013. This... Continue Reading →

Why can’t I use .Include() with CSOM

While working on the SharePoint Client Browser for SharePoint 2010 and 2013 I wanted to optimize performance by using the .Include() method. Visual Studio did not show the method and the build broke. This post takes about the use of .Include() and  .IncludeWithDefaultProperties() and the reason why Visual Studio did not show/support both methods. Introduction... Continue Reading →

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