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SharePoint 2013 introduces a new application model that fundamentally changes the approach for extending SharePoint. While traditional farm and sandboxed solutions still work fine, there are many advantages and challenges to moving to the new model. In this session we'll take solutions originally developed for SharePoint 2010 - or for general web usage - and show how to port them to SharePoint 2013 apps. In the process, we'll explore the various types of apps, cross-domain proxies, and Azure hosted solutions with Open Authorization (OAuth).
Are you a developer who is relatively new to SharePoint or a Power User looking to get deeper into building solutions with SharePoint? Come hear about development basics for SharePoint 2013. We’ll talk about the different development options available, what’s in or out in SharePoint 2013, and why 2013’s development options give you more choices than ever.
This session will be an introductory session for developers on the new app model with some live demos on how to create various types of “Apps” in the new SharePoint 2013 Preview.
Learn how to create data driven SharePoint applications with InfoPath forms using rules, promoted properties, SharePoint Designer workflows, and web service calls.
With the push towards client-only apps in SharePoint 2013, it’s best to take the time now and learn how best to separate the concerns of the front end, business model, and back end code you need to write to get the job done. In this session, you’ll get an introduction to the Model-View-ViewModel pattern, how it can be applied to a SharePoint project, and how to use Knockout.js and the SharePoint Client-Side Object Model to implement it in a way that can be used for SharePoint 2010 now, and 2013 later.
One of the most compelling capabilities in FAST Search for SharePoint 2010 is the ability to apply customized ranking to your search results and personalize the experience for the end user. In this session, we will explore one piece of the ranking pie, and learn how to use PowerShell and the .NET API’s to create custom full text indices and apply them dynamically to search results.
In this session you will learn how to customizing the 2010 ribbon by adding new ribbon buttons, groups tabs and contextual tabs.
You will understand how the ribbon gets generated; discuss the architecture and objects that are involved in working with the ribbon.
You will get a better insight that will help you understand how to work with and design ribbon based solution like web parts, features and other customizations.
We will cover all of the available options for customizing the ribbon starting with features, through manually injecting ribbon elements in runtime on the server side.
We will cover basic ribbon-page integration, and end with lazy load ribbon that uses client side API and asynchronous calls to render a light weight ribbon that gets generated on demand on the client side.
This session is really end to end guide for developers on the new, perhaps most exciting UI feature SharePoint 2010 has to offer: the ribbon.
In this session we will explore the basics of information architecture, user experience, and branding. This will include site organization, wireframes, information organization. Also included will be SharePoint branding options including themes, custom css, and full HTML/CSS customization.
With SharePoint 2013, the enterprise search capabilities are dramatically different and very exciting. Search has a new face, a new development model, and some remarkable features built-in. Search is used pervasively throughout the SharePoint 2013 platform, and powers the new WCM and e-Discovery capabilities, topic pages, the content-by-search web part, myTasks, mySiteView, and more - along with great enterprise search, people search, and site search. Under the hood, there is a new architecture, a new search core, and many new modules that are the culmination of the FAST acquisition - not just combining the best of FAST and SharePoint search, but some significant innovations from a continued investment in search.
Come to this session to get a guided tour of the new search architecture, features, and development model. We'll also leave you with some practical guidance on how to get ready, how to tweak your current search projects to make migration smooth in the future, and how to assess what this new search platform means to you.
In this session, I discuss and demonstrate how you can use SharePoint 2010 Web Templates and PowerShell scripts to give your team-based SharePoint development process a much needed productivity boost. Using these techniques, you enable your team to quickly test and review their custom components against your complete SharePoint solution while simultaneously eliminating inconsistencies often created by manual configurations.
In this session we will discuss the overview of BCS and dive into the topics surrounding the connectivity to external data sources using SharePoint Designer 2010. We will see a Demo that explains how to build custom solutions using the out-of-the-box Business Data WebParts for the External Data.
Web Parts are the foundation of user interfaces in SharePoint. As a developer it's relatively easy (particularly with the Visual Web Part) to build something simple and get it deployed. But what do you do when you need to add editable properties or when you need to connect two Web Parts together? This fast-paced, demo-heavy session covers the more advanced aspects of building Web Parts for SharePoint 2010. We’ll take a look at creating custom editor parts, building Visual Web Parts, constructing connected Web Parts, and how to render Web Parts asynchronously.
This session will cover the options developers have using the GAC and other code access security concerns specific to SharePoint hat developers must be aware of. It will also cover user authentication issues and details, and what was addressed by SP2 for WSS and SPS, and some tips and tricks to ensure that your authentication code is robust.
A look at how Windows Phone 7 hooks up to SharePoint in Office 365, and a dive down into the technical side of building SharePoint UIs in Silverlight for Windows Phone in Visual Studio, including demos.
22nd September 2012