Put your organization’s data to work with Business Connectivity Services in SharePoint 2010 – and build valuable business solutions. Led by a team of SharePoint experts, you’ll learn how to integrate data from several systems – such as sales, accounting, and inventory – and then search, display, combine and modify the information using code and… READ MORE
SharePoint 2013: Business Connectivity Services – Consuming OData in BCS using an App External Content TypeBlog Posts
As most if not all of you already know, SharePoint 2013 and Office 2013 has been released to preview/beta and is available for download from Microsoft’s download centers. In this article I will briefly introduce some exciting changes that has been made to the SharePoint 2013 Business Connectivity Services framework. I’ve written a bunch of articles on BCS for SharePoint 2010, and now it’s time to continue that track and introduce the new features available in SharePoint 2013.
A few weeks ago I had an article of mine published on PROGRAMAR magazine, issue number 28, a Portuguese developer-focused magazine. Here is the translated version of the article.
SharePoint 2010 is a complex platform with an impressive set of out-of-the-box features which allow it to fit a great variety of situations. One of the new and most powerful features is called Business Connectivity Services and this article is an introduction to this technology and its potential.