I am extremely interested in the new SharePoint 2013 App model so I have been doing a lot with them lately. The latest thing I was trying was building a SharePoint-hosted Client Web Part. I have found that there is not a lot of information out there yet on how to use these so I wanted to share some of the things I ran into. This post on MSDN is good to help you get started with the setup of your app. Hopefully this info will help you get started. This post assumes you have installed Visual Studio 2012 RC as well as the SharePoint development tools.
SharePoint 2013 will, without a doubt, be a huge success for Microsoft. The SharePoint platform has come a long way and SharePoint 2013 (code named SP15) is another leap forward. Search is one of the areas where Microsoft has, once again, made huge investments and the new functionality is astounding.
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Wouldn’t it be awesome if you could deploy server side code to your office 365 tenant? Yes, it would! And with Windows Azure Auto-Hosted apps in SharePoint 2013 it is possible! This is amazing! I feel a little bit sorry for all the competitors. With the possibility to run server side code within Office 365 there are only few reasons to run SharePoint on premise. Especially midsize companies should consider really well to migrate to Office 365.
Microsoft unveiled Office 2013, including SharePoint 2013, the newest versions of Office 365, and all other related products. It’s been a huge week in the Twittersphere and blogosphere.
There’s little that hasn’t been said already about the new products and their features. There are even blogs describing, in detail, deployment and implementation procedures. Perhaps the perspective I can provide that’s unique is to tell you what I am telling C- and D- level executives, as well as IT Pros and Devs, about what all of this means to your business and the choices you need to make.
If you haven’t been living beneath a rock in the last two days, you probably heard the news we released the SharePoint 2013 Preview and Office 2013 Preview. Since there is already a massive amount of content available on blogs, TechNet etc. I’m not going to add even more with this blog post. My goal is simply to give you a limited amount of resources to quickly get you up to speed with all the news.
Well, by know everybody living in the SharePoint world are sitting with their best tin foil hats on and installing, configuring and fiddling with SharePoint 2013 Preview, which was announced today by mister Steve. I’ve been fortunate to be a part of the (debated) closed beta for some time and have been trying out the new version of our favorite product. You probably will be overwhelmed with blog posts over the next couple of months, up until the SharePoint Conference 2012, and continuing after that. And I aim to be a part of the flooding (at least partly)…starting with a topic that I think is profoundly important – Authentication.