Andrew Connell

***NOW AVAILABLE*** DIWUG Article on Building Custom SharePoint 2013 Workflow Forms

This month I had the opportunity to contribute an article for the online Dutch Information Worker Group (DIWUG) e-magazine. This is great publication and one you should have on your radar as it always has some killer content. It's available as a PDF and a specially formatted PDF for eReaders. As you have likely noticed if you frequent this blog, my head has been in the SharePoint 2013 workflow space lately so with this article, I decided to write about something that was didn't have a lot of guidance out there about it. My article, Custom Forms in SharePoint 2013 Workflows with Visual Studio 2012, demonstrates how you can create association forms and initiation forms and add them to your custom workflows that you build for SharePoint 2013, either on-premises deployments or Office 365. Be sure to check out other articles in this issue by the likes of Chris Johnson (on SharePoint & Yammer), Martin Hatch (on display templates), Brian Alderman (on optimizing SQL 2012 for SharePoint), Stefan Strube (on search results) and Sam Hassani (on SharePoint 2013 and DPM 2012). » Dutch Information Worker Group (DIWUG)...

This month I had the opportunity to contribute an article for the online Dutch Information Worker Group (DIWUG) e-magazine . This is great publication and one you should have on your radar as it always has some killer content. It’s available as a PDF and a specially formatted PDF for eReaders.

As you have likely noticed if you frequent this blog, my head has been in the SharePoint 2013 workflow space lately so with this article, I decided to write about something that was didn’t have a lot of guidance out there about it. My article, Custom Forms in SharePoint 2013 Workflows with Visual Studio 2012, demonstrates how you can create association forms and initiation forms and add them to your custom workflows that you build for SharePoint 2013, either on-premises deployments or Office 365.

Be sure to check out other articles in this issue by the likes of Chris Johnson (on SharePoint & Yammer), Martin Hatch (on display templates), Brian Alderman (on optimizing SQL 2012 for SharePoint), Stefan Strube (on search results) and Sam Hassani (on SharePoint 2013 and DPM 2012).

» Dutch Information Worker Group (DIWUG)

Andrew Connell
Developer & Chief Course Artisan, Voitanos LLC. | Microsoft MVP
Written by Andrew Connell

Andrew Connell is a web developer with a focus on Microsoft Azure & Microsoft 365. He’s received Microsoft’s MVP award every year since 2005 and has helped thousands of developers through the various courses he’s authored & taught. Andrew’s the founder of Voitanos and is dedicated to delivering industry-leading on-demand video training to professional developers. He lives with his wife & two kids in Florida.