Using CQWP to display SharePoint Geolocation Field

Using CQWP to display SharePoint Geolocation Field

I really like the functionality that has been added by the geolocation field in SharePoint 2013.  It can be extremely useful when you have projects and people all over the world.  A map view can give you a quick idea of where everything is in relation to each other.  However, one of the major limitations that I have run into is that you cannot set the default zoom level when looking at individual items.  It starts at the street level when I would much prefer to see it at the country or even regional level.  So I used the good old content query web part (CQWP) to come to my rescue. Continue reading “Using CQWP to display SharePoint Geolocation Field”

Going Mobile with Translated Scripture

Going Mobile with Translated Scripture

A few months ago I was introduced to a system for building  Android apps for Scripture Engagement that was being developed by a colleague working in West Africa.  It takes the scripture text and audio that we already have and bundles it together into something that really is equal to more than the sum of the parts.  I have been privileged to be part of the alpha testing and wanted to share with you why I am so excited about this project.

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