Welcome to another exciting issue of our monthly Newsletter!
Each month, we try our best to bring to you content that is relevant and beneficial for you. So, if you would like us to cover any specific SQList feature or if you want to learn more about any SharePoint feature then please do let us know.
What has AxioWorks been up to?
We don’t have much to report this month, really, but that doesn’t mean that we have been idle. We are working hard on two fronts: the new update for SQList and the beta version of SQList Online.
As mentioned last month, we are working on some major improvements to SQList, mainly on the way large numbers of lists are handled. SQList already does a good job but we are never satisfied, we want more power, Scotty!
SQList Online, the cloud based version of SQList, is coming along well. The beta version will include the basic functionalities of SQList on premise, completely online. Nothing to install, nothing to monitor, we will do it for you.
And in case you are wondering (or worrying!), we are not planning to move completely to the cloud, the current (on premise) version of SQList is not going to disappear. The two versions target two different markets, plenty of room for both.
Do you have 5 minutes? If you do, please leave review of SQList on Capterra, we would really (really!) appreciate it.
Focus blog entry: How to Efficiently Develop and Deploy Solutions in Power Platform
With the Emergence of Low Code to No-Code development platforms, developers have been ever so busy developing solutions utilizing those platforms and Power Platform is leading the way in the space of Microsoft O365 and Dynamics 365. Power Platform enables high-speed development of a solution that fulfils business requirements which means the developers can shift their focus towards planning on how the developed solutions are efficiently managed and can be easily deployed in various environments.
Read all about it in this month’s article: How to Efficiently Develop and Deploy Solutions in Power Platform.
SQList feature of the month: Unified Service Monitor
Previously, SQList Manager has two different interfaces for viewing logging information about service in “Service Monitor” and events in “Events Log”. Switching between two interfaces to view logs can be troublesome at the time of troubleshooting.
In SQList 184.108.40.206, we have introduced a unified dashboard for viewing logging information called “Unified Service Monitor”. This will provide users a single and more practical dashboard for viewing and filtering the logs related to service and events.
If you want to know more about this feature, check out this video: Unified Service Monitor
Here is a small selection of interesting articles from the net.
How to compare two versions of the document in SharePoint
As changes are made to the documents in SharePoint and OneDrive, a quite frequent need that I hear periodically is the requirement to compare and highlight the differences between various versions of the same document. In this post, I would like to explain how to compare two versions of the same document in SharePoint (and OneDrive).
Stairway to Database Containers
Containers are a lightweight way of building applications that run on a host. Similar to virtualization, the container is a virtual OS rather than a full machine. This stairway will walk you through the basis of containers using Docker for Windows and SQL Server inside of a container.
SharePoint Metadata | An Introduction
In this blog, we’ll show you how to organize your files through folder structure. We’ll also talk about the benefits of SharePoint metadata for organizing and locating our files easily compared to using folder hierarchy.
Top 10 features of the SharePoint Term Store
In Episode # 98 of the SharePoint Maven podcast, I continue the topic I started in the previous episode, where I introduced you to the world of Term Store (Managed Metadata). Today, I am taking it further and explaining to you the 10 advantages of the SharePoint Term Store
That’s all folks, till next time.