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SharePoint 2010 Excel Export Feature

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This feature can be used to export SharePoint lists to Excel Files (.xslx). You can upload templates for the excel export.

SharePoint 2010 Workflow Demo

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This projects demonstrates how to create workflows using SharePoint 2010 and Visual Studio 2010.

SharePoint 2010 Custom Ribbon Demo

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This demo projects shows you how to create a custom Ribbon tab at runtime and how to activate the Ribbon tab on page load! see my blog for details: http://ikarstein.wordpress.com

SharePoint 2010 InfoPath List Form Demo

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This project shows you how to deploy InfoPath based list forms for SharePoint 2010. see my blog: http://ikarstein.wordpress.com




talks-code - Demo code from my talks

  •    Javascript

Slides can be found at Speaker Deck.

node-resthooksdemo - A simple node.js RESTHooks demo built upon the Sails Web Framework

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This is a simple proof of concept that demonstrates how to setup rest hook in a basic sails.js application. While the concept and examples are simple the same basic concept should be applicable with the complexities of your application domain. This project consists of two servers: the Contactly application that is the latest startup to attempt to corner the CRM market and a client application (client_app.js) that represents some application hosted somewhere else on the internets that someone wants to use to extend the Contactly application.

profiling-python-like-a-boss - Sample code for a Zapier engineering blog post

  •    Python

A collection of code to accompany the blog post Profiling Python like a Boss.

resthookdemo - A quick and easy demo application for rest hooks.

  •    CSS

Check it out live at http://demo.resthooks.org/.


zapier-platform-example-app-rest-hooks - An example Zapier Platform App that demonstrates REST Hook Triggers

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A barebones app that has a REST Hook trigger defined. We recommend using the zapier-platform-cli and zapier init . --template=rest-hooks to create an app.

dotitude - A community driven by 99X Technology with the collaboration of Universities and Industry to enlighten the future of undergraduates

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Dotitude is a community driven by 99X Technology with the collaboration of Universities and Industry to enlighten the future of undergraduates. The following documentation contains the information about the prerequisites for the .Net Workshop 2017 and the Step-by-Step Guide to start developing the sample application that will be completed during the workshop. The students are required to Install the software and the tools mentioned in the Prerequisites section and Follow the Step-by-Step Guideline given below to partially complete the example application.

WindowsDefenderATP-Hunting-Queries - Sample queries for Advanced hunting in Windows Defender ATP

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This repo contains sample queries for Advanced hunting on Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection. With these sample queries, you can start to experience Advanced hunting, including the types of data that it covers and the query language it supports. You can also explore a variety of attack techniques and how they may be surfaced through Advanced hunting. To get started, simply paste a sample query into the query builder and run the query. If you get syntax errors, try removing empty lines introduced when pasting. If a query returns no results, try expanding the time range.

nodejs-rust-sample-module - A sample node module built with Rust

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This is a sample webapp to demonstrate the usage of Rust 🦀-based modules with NodeJS webapps. There is a CSV file containing about 46.000 airports. For each record we have a lot of data, including its Latitude and Longitude.

Orion

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Welcome to the Orion repository! This repo contains sample queries, dashboards and playbooks to help you get ramped up with Orion. You can also submit any issues or feature requests as you onboard to Orion. This project welcomes contributions and suggestions. Most contributions require you to agree to a Contributor License Agreement (CLA) declaring that you have the right to, and actually do, grant us the rights to use your contribution. For details, visit https://cla.microsoft.com.

zapier-platform-example-app-create - An example Zapier Platform App that demonstrates Creates

  •    Javascript

A barebones app that has a create defined. We recommend using the zapier-platform-cli and zapier init . --template=create to create an app.

zapier-platform-example-app-oauth2 - An example Zapier Platform App that demonstrates OAuth2

  •    Javascript

A barebones app that has OAuth2 setup. We recommend using the zapier-platform-cli and zapier init . --template=oauth2 to create an app.

zapier-platform-example-app-onedrive - An example Zapier Platform App that demonstrates a complete App using the OneDrive API

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This is an example CLI App for the Zapier Developer Platform. It uses the OneDrive API as the target, showing what a full-featured app looks like. It follows the best practices for building an app on Zapier. Throughout the code we've added CODE TIP and UX TIP comments. These are good spots to find out some of the best practices and gotchas you may run into.

zapier-platform-example-app-session-auth - An example Zapier Platform App that demonstrates session authentication (username/password exchange for session key)

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A barebones app that has shows how to do a session authentication scheme of using a username/password exchange and then placed in the header. We recommend using the zapier-platform-cli and zapier init . --template=session-auth to create an app.

Azure-Sentinel - Cloud-native SIEM for intelligent security analytics for your entire enterprise.

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This project welcomes contributions and suggestions. Most contributions require you to agree to a Contributor License Agreement (CLA) declaring that you have the right to, and actually do, grant us the rights to use your contribution. For details, visit https://cla.microsoft.com. When you submit a pull request, a CLA-bot will automatically determine whether you need to provide a CLA and decorate the PR appropriately (e.g., label, comment). Simply follow the instructions provided by the bot. You will only need to do this once across all repos using our CLA.