Microsoft PowerApps is a useful utility you can use to create simple apps for your work environment. It is designed for power users, so there’s no real programming involved. You can deploy apps that you create to users within your workplace or school. Continue reading “Set Up Microsoft PowerApps to Connect to an On Premises SharePoint Installation”
This article deals with the GridView WebForms .NET control; in particular with how to detect and record changes after the user has saved data in the GridView.
Sometimes using WebForms controls is not well documented and unintuitive, which is the case with the onRowUpdated event, where a lot of information available online is incorrect or misleading. I hope my findings in this article help you. If they do (or if they don’t), then please leave a comment.
By the way, if you find the information I’m giving is useful, then have a look at some of the other WebForms related articles I’ve written. Continue reading “GridView OnRowUpdated how to get the Edited Row”
A cool effect you can do with CSS/HTML is to position a button (or any element really) at the top right hand side of a table. For example you could use this to refresh the contents of the table when the button is clicked. It’s intuitive to the user and is a subtle way to add functionality that is only apparent when it is needed. Continue reading “CSS Examples of Two Ways to Position a Button at the Top Right of a Table”