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Getting React to Load polyfills only when needed

As a front-end developer, providing support to different browsers and devices isn’t an easy task. In fact, it’s the trickiest part of web development because there are differences in terms of HTML, CSS and JavaScript functions supported for every browser / device. There are quite good web sites documenting these differences in terms of: – Read More →

Update Page Layout by using JavaScript (JSOM) in Office 365

  Hi, I’m going to show how to update or change the page layout for a given SharePoint page. That sounds quite straightforward, but we have to mind some important bits: – Check in, check out status of the current page or item we are changing. – CAML query using Page Layout as a FieldRef Read More →

Cross-Browser and Device Testing with BrowserStack, Nightwatch and Office 365 Authentication

Hi there, Recently I was working on a project with lots of Responsive pages to do. One of the main requirements was enabling Responsive experience in an Office 365 intranet, in fact the most used device on that company was iPhone 5S. Then I started developing using Media Queries, initially building a responsive menu. Initially Read More →