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SharePoint Sandbox isn't Dead...UserCode is
With the introduction of apps for SharePoint, many have speculated that sandbox solutions are dead/deprecated. This is accurate for solutions containing assemblies running on the Sandboxed Code Service (aka - SPUCHostService.exe). However, declarative solutions are very much still in play and widely...
1 Aug 2013
App Approaches to Common SharePoint Customizations
NOTE : This post takes an aggressive bias towards the new apps model for SharePoint customizations. Well written farm solutions are a solid and time-tested approach to customizations in on-premise deployments. Regardless of the sentiment in this post, Apps for SharePoint DO have gaps compared to farm...
16 Jul 2013
Advanced Content Enrichment in SharePoint 2013 Search
Microsoft re-engineered the search experience in SharePoint 2013 to take advantage of the best capabilities from FAST plus many new capabilities built from the ground up. Although much has been said about the query side changes of search (result sources, query rules, content by search web part, display...
19 Jun 2013
Self-Service Site Provisioning using Apps for SharePoint 2013
I’ve always been a big fan of self-service site provisioning in SharePoint. That process is even better in SharePoint 2013 (including SharePoint Online), with the ability to specify a custom site creation form. Owning the provisioning process is incredibly powerful for farm/tenant administrators...
4 Apr 2013
Cross-site publishing alternatives in SharePoint Online/Office 365
Cross-site publishing is one of the powerful new capabilities in SharePoint 2013. It enables the separation of data entry from display and breaks down the container barriers that have traditionally existed in SharePoint (ex: rolling up information across site collections). Cross-site publishing is delivered...
1 Apr 2013
Corporate YouTube and Video Delivery via SharePoint 2013
Want to deliver an internal/corporate “YouTube” for your organization using SharePoint? Looking to maximize your SharePoint deployment by incorporating video/media delivery? Worried about the storage/bandwidth implications of allowing anyone in the enterprise to contribute video/media? Then...
29 Mar 2013
Combining Apps for SharePoint and Apps for Office
One of the interesting capabilities of the new SharePoint/Office app models is combining them to deliver complete real-world solutions. In fact, an app for SharePoint can contain/embed an App for Office. Combining apps can lead to some powerful scenarios. Imagine an expense report app for Office that...
7 Mar 2013
SharePoint 2013 App Deployment through "App Stapling"
Feature Stapling is a popular development practice for adding functionality to a specific type of site in SharePoint. Although it has become the preferred approach over custom site definitions, it still requires the deployment of a farm solution. Unfortunately, SharePoint Online doesn’t support...
4 Mar 2013
Real-world Apps for SharePoint 2013 - Kudos (Part 1)
In this two part series, I will explore developing real-world solutions via apps for SharePoint 2013. Part 1 will focus on the basic app delivery without complex tenancy considerations (the solution will store all information in a list on the tenant). In part 2 , we will explore tenancy considerations...
19 Aug 2012
Optimizing User Experience of Apps for SharePoint 2013
The User Experience Challenge Just a decade ago iframes were frowned upon on the web. Not all browsers supported them and some organizations even applied browser policies to block iframes. Fast-forward to today and iframes are a staple of web development and the cornerstone of both the Facebook and...
2 Aug 2012
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