Nintex Responsive Forms for SharePoint 2013/2016

Nintex Responsive Forms for SharePoint 2013/2016

We are very excited to announce that Nintex has launched it responsive form designer for Nintex 2013/2016!  This amazing new designer allows for a much cleaner and practical way to design forms in SharePoint.  No longer do we need to worry about aligning pixels, we can now create beautiful responsive forms in minutes using Nintex!  This release also includes new “Set value” rules which we will be blogging about next week (stay tuned).  We’ve created a quick video to go over the new features below.

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How to Export Your Nintex Forms Data to CSV

How to Export Your Nintex Forms Data to CSV

One of the things that motivates us here at TekDog to get robust data relationships out of our SharePoint lists is reporting. We have all of these great Nintex Forms that we’ve designed that enter data into SharePoint lists, and then what? Of course you wouldn’t be bothering to have users input all of this data if you weren’t going to eventually do something with your data.

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ESignatures for Nintex Forms

ESignatures for Nintex Forms

One of the items we often encounter when working on Nintex Forms projects is the need for an Electronic or Digital Signature.  I’m proud to announce that we will have an Electronic Signature control available as part of our TekDog Productivity Pack for Nintex Forms.  This control will allow for you to collect electronic signatures as part of an internal form on SharePoint 2013 on premise (soon available for 2016!). 

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How-To Create Relational Databases in SharePoint

How-To Create Relational Databases in SharePoint

If you have been working with SharePoint as long as we have, you may be frustrated with the fact that SharePoint does not provide the ability to create a relational data model.  In fact, all SharePoint list data is stored in a single table called AllUserData. Wow, that’s some type of crazy!  So, what if you want to create a relational data model?  Simply put, you can’t.

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SharePoint Ryan Rides to End Cancer

SharePoint Ryan Rides to End Cancer

Q: Tell me a little bit about yourself – I’ve heard that you’re a heavy player in the SharePoint community. How did that come about?

A: I haven’t been as active in the SharePoint community recently, but over the past 4-5 years I have tried to be very active in the local and national SharePoint communities. It all started when I decided I wanted to start blogging about SharePoint, so I tried to find a bit of a niche around SharePoint & PowerShell. From there, I created a presentation I was comfortable sharing and started speaking at SharePoint Saturday events, as well as user groups in and around Ohio.

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Nintex Training - Collections and For Each Loops - Replay

Nintex Training - Collections and For Each Loops - Replay

We hosted a 30 minute Nintex Lunch & Learn Training on Using Collections and For Each loops today. My example involved using a site workflow to to email members who subscriptions were going to expire. It's a pretty simple example based on some work I had been doing recently for a client. To my amazement, it actually worked the first time... almost like I know what I'm doing.

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Why Choose Nintex Workflow

Why Choose Nintex Workflow

Over the past four years I’ve been asked many times “Why Nintex?”. After all, there are several ISV’s in the SharePoint workflow space. Additionally, you have several Microsoft solutions for creating SharePoint workflows like out of the box workflows, Designer Workflows and Visual Studio. So I thought I would give you my insights as to why I love Nintex Workflow and the value Nintex Workflow brings to the table.

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Infopath 2010 Training - Data Connections (Video 2 of 3)

Infopath 2010 Training - Data Connections (Video 2 of 3)

In this blog focused on InfoPath 2010 training, we will show you how to create a data connection in InfoPath 2010 to submit your forms. We will also show you how to create a dynamic file name as part of this process. By creating a data connection in InfoPath 2010 you can specify where you would like completed forms to be saved in SharePoint 2010.

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The Cloud and SharePoint

The Cloud and SharePoint

There have been a lot of interesting happenings lately, and I thought it would be a good time to discuss how a few fundamental changes are drastically impacting the SharePoint industry. Although none of these items are new news, the impact of several years of cloud innovation from the Microsoft stack are now coming full featured and the ripples are starting to become more apparent.

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Houston Cloud Tech - April 4, 2012

Houston Cloud Tech - April 4, 2012

TekDog Inc. president Jason Keller is scheduled to give his “Building Out of the Box Solutions” presentation at the Houston Cloud Tech 2012 event on April 4th. In this presentation, Jason will walk through a client business problem and demonstrate how TekDog solved the problem using native SharePoint functionality. This presentation will walk through the business problem and how to develop a quick solution in SharePoint using List, Libraries and Views.

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Jason is Speaking at SharePoint Saturday Los Angeles!

Jason is Speaking at SharePoint Saturday Los Angeles!

Feeling down and out-of-the-loop because you cannot attend Jason Keller’s “Building Out of the Box Business Solutions” presentation in Boston? Well today is your lucky day, because he is giving the presentation AGAIN in Los Angeles! The presentation is scheduled for Saturday, April 14, 2012 and will be held at California State University Long Beach, 1250 Bellflower Blvd., Long Beach, CA 90840.

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