A Power User’s Introduction to jQuery Awesomeness in SharePoint

Okay, we get it. You’re not a developer, but there so many cool things you can do with jQuery and JavaScript in SharePoint!
Maybe you found that script on that blog that you copy and pasted and just can’t get to work. It looks so easy though.
Why should developers have all the fun?

In this session, learn how you, a Power User can take advantage of some of the awesomeness that is client side scripting in SharePoint. You’ll learn:

In this session you will learn:

  • What types of functionality you can easily add to your SharePoint site without writing code
  • How to use some plug and play scripts on the internet to create tabbed web parts, customize SharePoint forms and more
  • Do’s and don’ts that will help you figure out why that script isn’t working on your site

This session was delivered at the Collab365 Global Conference 2016 and was presented by Mark Rackley.


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About The Author
- Mark is Partner and CTO at PAIT Group and an Office 365 MVP with more than 20 years of experience designing and developing software solutions. Mark’s daily responsibilities include forging the direction of solution architecture and development projects for clients while providing the best solutions for clients' unique problems. As a globally recognized SharePoint geek, Mark is an active blogger, presenter, author (and bacon aficionado) who is eager to lend his real-world knowledge of SharePoint to all who need it.In addition to speaking at various SharePoint conferences, Mark is the organizer of SharePointalooza in Branson, Missouri and can be found speaking at as many Saturday events as his professional and family life will allow. Mark engages his audiences with humor, real-world stories from the trenches, and practical solutions.

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