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  • Blog Post: The API Economy: Consuming Our Web API from a Single Page App

    This post shows how to consume a Web API secured with Azure Active Directory using ADAL.js. Background This post is part of a series on building a SharePoint app that communicate with services protected by Azure AD. Part 1 - An Architecture for SharePoint Apps That Call Other Services Part 2 - Using...
  • Blog Post: Call O365 Exchange Online API from a SharePoint App

    This post will show how to call an O365 Exchange Online API from a SharePoint provider-hosted app.  The code for this post is available at https://github.com/kaevans/spapp-exchange .  Background This post is part of a series on building a SharePoint app that communicate with services protected...
  • Blog Post: An Architecture for SharePoint Apps That Call Other Services

    This post will show an architecture for a SharePoint provider hosted app that calls other services such as the O365 API for Exchange, Azure AD Graph API, PowerBI API, or a custom Web API. Background This post is part of a series on building a SharePoint app that communicate with services protected by...
  • Blog Post: Making SharePoint Apps Scale with Azure Redis Cache

    This post will show how to create custom classes for a SharePoint 2013 app that enable the use of Azure Redis Cache. Background Often times there are web application design constraints that require use of session state. From Scott Guthrie’s book: It's often not practical in a real-world...
  • Blog Post: How I Built a Branded, Responsive Web Site in a Day

    This post will show how I used DNN (formerly DotNetNuke) to build a highly customized, responsive web site in just over 1 day. My Requirements The first requirement was not to become the sole person working on this web site.  I am happy to do stuff like modify branding, do some light coding, and...
  • Blog Post: Call Multiple Services With One Login Prompt Using ADAL

    This blog will show how to create a client application using Active Directory Authentication Library (ADAL) that authenticates to multiple Web API applications in Azure Active Directory while only prompting the user a single time for credentials. Background I wrote a previous post that showed how you...
  • Blog Post: Calling O365 APIs from your Web API on behalf of a user

    This post will show how to create a custom Web API that calls the Office 365 APIs on behalf of a user. Background How about that title?!?  That’s pretty geeky. I’ve been working with a customer who is interested in the new Office 365 APIs that were announced at SharePoint Conference.  They...
  • Blog Post: Deploying a SharePoint App to Azure As Part of a Build

    This post will show how to use continuous integration with a SharePoint provider-hosted app deployed to an Azure web site. Background I’ve written on the topic of SharePoint apps and ALM before, but I couldn’t get the whole thing to work with Azure web sites, just my own IIS server.  I decided it...
  • Blog Post: Deploying an Azure Web Site Using Git and Continuous Integration

    This post will show how to deploy an Azure Web Site using Git and Continuous Integration.  By the time I typed that long title, I’ve told you pretty much the whole story.  Background I attended the Global Windows Azure Bootcamp today and had a blast going through labs and watching demos. ...
  • Blog Post: Building SharePoint 2013 Apps with Windows Azure PaaS

    This post will show how to create a SharePoint 2013 app leveraging Windows Azure PaaS and the Windows Azure SDK 2.2. You can watch the video online of the presentation that I did about this solution at SharePoint Conference 2014, Building SharePoint Apps with Windows Azure Platform as a Service, at...
  • Blog Post: Attaching Remote Event Receivers to Lists in the Host Web

    This post shows how to attach a remote event receiver to a list in the host web for a SharePoint provider-hosted app. Background While working on the SharePoint 2013 Ignite content, apps were still very much new and very little documentation existed.  We were fighting a problem of using an app that...
  • Blog Post: Creating a SharePoint 2013 App With Azure Web Sites

    This post will show how to create a SharePoint 2013 app for Office 365 and publish it to an Azure web site.  If you don’t have either today, you can get an Office 365 trial for free and an Azure web site for free .  If you are an MSDN subscriber, you have access to free MSDN benefits including...
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