Monthly Archives November 2015

How to use callback method with SharePoint Rest API

Sometimes you need to have full control over data processing while running executing programs. For example one of your next process might depend on current retrieved data from the SharePoint list.

As i said in my previous posts. I really comfortable using JavaScript modular pattern. so i am going to stick with that. Read more

Introduction to Knockout JavaScript

Here is my first post about knockout JS  and there are many more to come in the future. stay tuned

Let’s build a simple address book using knockout JS.

Here is final output we are trying to achieve.

Simple Knockout JS Address Book Example
Simple Knockout JS Address Book Example

I am going to follow Knockout JS revealing modular pattern approach. Personally i like this approach because of maintainability and extensibility features. Specially when you dealing with large single page applications. You can easily separate your view, model and data model part of your project. Read more

Update SharePoint list using Promises & Deferred method

As promise! Here is an article about using promises and deferreds method with SharePoint 2013 Javascript Object Model


One of the common problem with using the SharePoint client object model is the asynchronous nature of the object property calls.  When you call ExeutesQueryAsync in Javascript Object Model, It execute the model you declared and then continue immediately! Read more