Welcome to the last post in this series about REST in SharePoint 2013. In this post it’s time to take a look into Knockout, a JS library that let’s you associate DOM elements with ‘model data’, instead of pushing or appending data by JS you can separate markup from the JS. 751 more words
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Sometimes during debuggin axis web service calls, we need to check SOAP request and response xml.
Today I learned a way to log the SOAP requests/responses that are generated during web service calls. 87 more words
Last few days back I was working with web technology which was quite new for me. I really enjoyed it. Today I like to share my learning experience from working. 383 more words
Welcome to post number seven in this series about REST in SharePoint 2013. In the previous posts I wrote about how to interact with the search API. 743 more words