In the two demos below, Peter Kalmström first explains what
automation types we connonly use, and after that he gives
some examples on custom forms that the kalmstrom.com team
has created for either standard products or custom solutions.
SharePoint automation code types
SharePoint development projects built on forms
In the demo below, Peter shows examples on:
Mobile-friendly SharePoint forms with plenty of
Maintaining relationships between several lists
without using the bug-ridden lookup columns in a user-friendly
Building for search from start - creating site columns
and content types automatically with PowerShell
Copying and pasting information from Excel in a
reliable manner - grid functionality.
Organizing columns in tabs and color-coding columns
based on business rules both in forms and in views.
Locking down certain column based on business rules
or who the logged in user is (role based/column level
Parent-child relationships between lists or within
one item, stored as Json.
Working with the geo-location column and replacing
Bing with Google maps as well as allowing the user to
search and pick a location from the familiar Google
Shopping-cart functionality to order multiple items
based on SharePoint lists. Using the familiar UI metaphor
of a shopping cart to fill out a SharePoint form.
Drag and drop of items to change metadata instead
of the regular dropdowns.