I am working on a small query tool that will be used to make AJAX calls against SharePoint’s Enterprise Search Query Web Service. Previously, I created the SOAP messages by appending a gigantic series of strings together.
My team has recently created quite a few awesome WCF services that can surface data via REST or JSON. The next step, was building an interface on top of the services using AJAX.
Since the services were hosted on a SharePoint farm, it is super easy to just upload an HTML file into a document library and start coding away. However, eventually this process breaks down; I needed a way to deploy these files to different environments and keep them in some sort of version control system. (No, a document library doesn’t count as version control)
Quick update to SPUtility.js today! I’ve added support for rich text fields, unchecking multi-select checkboxes, and choice fields with fill-in values. I also have some thoughts on future SPUtility.js updates.
SPUtility.js version 0.4 should be getting released soon (week or so??). I wanted to put a quick post out there to highlight some of the upcoming features and fixes.