In December 2018, along came another announcement from Microsoft. Microsoft announced it would stop development on EdgeHTML, and replace it with the Chromium for Edge browser.
It has something like five years when I started using JSON for communication. When I really understood what JSON really is, and how it can benefit me, it was hard for me not to understand why I didn't use it earlier. I guess it was at the same time as I started using JQuery, as JQuery did make life easier for working with AJAX and JSON.
As I discovered while developing a new application that needed to utilize Skype for Business Online API, that the application needs to have consent from an administrator in order to be able to authenticate the USER to use Skype for Business Online API.
Add extra permissions, other then sign-in from Azure AD in your app, i.e. Skype for Business.
Need OAuth to use with Azure Active Directory, create a Azure Active Directory application first.
Since Tech Days Sweden 2015, I have been a bit anti-conferences. I was so disappointed, that I thought it was waste of my time, I could have been more productive in my office (or work on some hobby project). My main problem is with the fact, today we have access to more information at our fingertips, then we will ever be able to get in any conference.
Some not so far in past one was able to use a single jabber based client to access most of them common IM services, i.e. gTalk, MSN (unofficially), ICQ, AOL, Facebook, etc.
When I tried to log into the Azure Portal from Microsoft Edge, I was greeted with a little surprise.
Today as a developer, you have to be able to trust on the tools you use. In my case I use Visual Studio extensively. We have no more and more projects that are using Git as the version control. With the introduction of Git, we decided to change our workflow for development and management of the new projects.
Get razor view compilation errors in "Errors List".
So we must have done something right with this site.
As an EPiServer developer I have to install IIS, to be able to develop and test the applications.