From the book “Professional SharePoint 2013 Development” by Reza Alirezaei, Brendon Schwartz, Matt Ranlett,Scot Hillier, Brian Wilson, Jeff Fried and Paul Swider. This eBook is chapter six, titled ‘Getting Started with Developing Apps in SharePoint 2013’. In this chapter, you will learn how to; – Compare apps to solution-based development – Learn how app development… READ MORE
It’s time to Build Powerful Form and Workflow Apps which Extend Rapidly beyond SharePoint. Not all business apps are created equal. With SharePoint and K2 you can create powerful business apps fast, whether you have SharePoint on premise/online with office365 or a hybrid scenario. These business apps will enable you to solve real business problems,… READ MORE
If you’re a fan of the Lord of the Rings movies, then you’re familiar with the quote, “one ring to rule them all.” But how does this phrase apply to SharePoint and social?
This webinar is a sneak preview of the new Web API offered by SharePoint 2013 for consuming data from any remote device. In particular, you will learn how to leverage this new feature from a Windows Store App for Windows 8. Thus, you will also have a very quick introduction to developing Windows Store Apps.… READ MORE
So a few people recommended I post my slides or content from my European SharePoint Conference session. I cover a list of considerations that makes a good reference for people undertaking the design of custom applications on SharePoint.
Usually in projects you would have people responsible for the design of the infrastructure and then a development team would dig into the technical design of the SharePoint application. They will try to answer how different components will be used to satisfy the requirements. Solution Architects explore various options for meeting each requirement and all these options and choices intertwine into a proposed design, maybe a model or a proof of concept, and hopefully a document. Projects that miss this communication are either chaotic, or extremely agile.