There has been much anticipation around the new version of SharePoint. Rumors have been swirling for months and people have been trying to read the tea leaves in the published protocol documentation to understand what the new version is all about. I fully expect my RSS reader to be clogged up with numerous posts about … Continue reading My First Thoughts on SP 2013 – What does it mean for developers?
I suppose there are many ways that you could get started writing CSOM and JSOM code, but provisioning is probably where most people will start when they create a SharePoint app for a traditional collaboration solution. After all, the implementation of these types of solutions usually starts with fields, content types, lists, and views. The … Continue reading Provisioning with the Client Object Model Part 1 – Introduction
These days we are spending a lot of time on a series of sandbox applications that will run on Office 365. If you are a follower of this blog you know I was more than a bit disappointed in the restrictions the SharePoint 2010 sandbox implementation imposes. However, if you want to play in the … Continue reading Unorthodox Architecture for Services in SharePoint Sandbox Solutions and Office 365