Convert DOCX file inside of SharePoint Library to PDF with Flow and Graph API (no need to use OneDrive)

Hi there. You can easly convert DOCX file inside of SharePoint Library to PDF if you use OneDrive functionality.

In Flow you could use Convert file step from OneDrive which is currently still in Preview but no worries.

You have to copied it to OneDrive, convert to PDF and copied back to SharePoint. Continue reading “Convert DOCX file inside of SharePoint Library to PDF with Flow and Graph API (no need to use OneDrive)”


Better Trainer

From the middle of November I was a bit more busy with projects @ work so in that time I simply have no time to write any new post, but I have learned a lot, so now I have a lot more material in my head for my blog ūüôā

In that months me and my coworker and MVP for any kind of tables – GaŇ°per KamenŇ°ek¬†@ExcelUnplugged¬†– prepared something special for Thrive conference #ThriveConf @ Rimske Terme¬†in November.

Topic of our session talks about how to become better trainer. The idea was to use face detection with emotional scores to see how visitors react and feel in session time. Because feeling is in a correlation with spoken words we use speach recognition. We can connect emotions from faces and words from speach within specific time interval -> so we need to add timestamp to both information. We use Bing Speech API for English language recognition and Google Speech API for Slovenian language recognition.

Because we get from speech recognition API complete sentence, we want to remove some unnecessary words like is, an, the, you etc from it. I use Standford Parser for that purpose Рnatural language parser that works out the grammatical structure of sentence.

In the end all go to GaŇ°per KamenŇ°ek’s part of project -> to Power BI for visualization and Azure Machine Learning (AML) for powerful analytics of correlation between women and man responses in hapiness for specific words. But that post include just my part of project which is coding (WPF application). Continue reading “Better Trainer”

SharePoint Online and Microsoft Flow with custom action code in Azure Functions

Let’s start today with new way of building workflows from Microsoft –¬†Microsoft Flow.
Because many of companies use SharePoint as first and best choice for internal portal platform I want to connect Microsoft Flow with it.

Microsoft Flow is like a wizard and you can create a lot of standard business flows with just few clicks and settings. But because we are developers, we want to create something more – we want to add to our flow some custom action, created by¬†Azure Functions. Continue reading “SharePoint Online and Microsoft Flow with custom action code in Azure Functions”

Speech Recognition (Microsoft Bing Speech API vs. Google Cloud Speech API)

For some reason I want to find out, where I can find better speech recognition service Рon Microsoft side with Bing Speech API or on Google side with Google Cloud Speech API.

First and most important thing for my region is that Bing Speech API does not support Slovenian language while Google Cloud Speech API does. So we can go Slovenian only by Google.

You could find both examples, Bing or Google way, on my GitHub repository. Continue reading “Speech Recognition (Microsoft Bing Speech API vs. Google Cloud Speech API)”

Face Detection & Recognition with Azure Face API

Face Detection & Recognition has never been so easy as now with Azure Face API. API is part of Azure Cognitive Services, where we have a lot of interesting intelligent APIs such as emotion and sentiment detection, vision and speech recognition, language understanding, knowledge and search.
Only what you need is Visual Studio and subscription to Face API (free trial or full) to get your API endpoint URL & subscription key ( Continue reading “Face Detection & Recognition with Azure Face API”

Remote Event Receivers on existing Lists & Libraries with Azure Service Bus

My first blog post in English -> let’s start wider! Older ones will be translated later.

Let’s imagine that in our SharePoint Online page we have list named¬†Izdelki (in English we call that Products). For that list we want to add Event Receiver which will start on¬†ItemAdded event and send an email about that to some person. Because we want to use SharePoint Online, we can’t use SP Farm Solution with standard Event Receiver. We have to use a¬†Remote Event Receiver.¬†This is kind a trivial if we create new list with an event receiver attached in SharePoint Add-in package. But we want to add an event receiver to an existing list. For that reason we are going to create Provider-Hosted SharePoint Add-in in a connection with an¬†Azure Service Bus. Continue reading “Remote Event Receivers on existing Lists & Libraries with Azure Service Bus”

Simulacija SharePoint Online Timer Job-ov z uporabo Azure Functions

SharePoint Server ponuja native Timer Jobs, ki so inheritani iz SPJobDefinition razreda in se izvajajo v intervalih v SPSchedule objektu. V SharePoint Online tega ne moremo uporabljati. Lahko uporabljamo Windows Service/Task Scheduler za simulacijo Timer Jobsov v SP Online, ampak to vseeno ni kompletna cloud reŇ°itev. Z uporabo Azure Functions lahko sedaj to doseŇĺemo. Continue reading “Simulacija SharePoint Online Timer Job-ov z uporabo Azure Functions”

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