Everybody who ventured into the wondrous world of web development probably used CSS at least occasionally. Unfortunately they soon found out that sometimes it isn’t all that wondrous: CSS files tend to grow into a big ball of mud and become notoriously difficult to maintain. Luckily CSS pre-processors such as SASS, LESS and Stylus are able to alleviate some of the pain points by adding handy new features to help the developer while ultimately ‘compiling’ into plain old CSS.
The OneDrive admin page was announced during ignite 2016. There was no easy way to manage the usage and OneDrive options for the organisation: admin.onedrive.com! In this post, we’ll go […]
A SharePoint developer is becoming more and more a web developer. This has some big advantages but it also means that our daily work is changing a lot. Considering all these […]
An overview of the steps to follow when you have to perform an audit. We will immediately jump into the best practices and will not overwhelm you with theoretical definitions, conceptual ideas, methodologies, frameworks etc.