In this post, I am going to share some
code snippets for performing CRUD operation on a SharePoint list using only
client side script written with AngularJS. It is a simple implementation, where I
am going to create a web part, which will have reference to a controller that
will read, create, update and delete list items. I hope you are reading this post with
some prior experience with SharePoint and AngularJS. The environment I am
working upon is a SharePoint Online (Office 365) site. I have created a Contacts list as in the
For this example, I will be using only 3
fields/columns in the list. ID (Auto generated for every item in the
list) Last Name (Internal name: Title) First Name (Internal name: FirstName) Create the webpart I have added one Content Editor Webpart
to a page and linked it to our view page [listItems.html].
The view page has 4 sections to view
contacts, add, edit and delete them. For each of these operations, I have
created 4 separate controllers. Below is th…
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When running the NVIDIA Install Program I got the error:
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The reason for this error is that the specific device ID for your graphics card does not show up in any of the INF setup files. More on this later.
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