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European O365 Connect SharePoint Online Applification
European O365 Connect SharePoint Online Applification
European O365 Connect SharePoint Online Applification
European O365 Connect SharePoint Online Applification
European O365 Connect SharePoint Online Applification
European O365 Connect SharePoint Online Applification
European O365 Connect SharePoint Online Applification
European O365 Connect SharePoint Online Applification
European O365 Connect SharePoint Online Applification
European O365 Connect SharePoint Online Applification
European O365 Connect SharePoint Online Applification
European O365 Connect SharePoint Online Applification
European O365 Connect SharePoint Online Applification
European O365 Connect SharePoint Online Applification
European O365 Connect SharePoint Online Applification
European O365 Connect SharePoint Online Applification
European O365 Connect SharePoint Online Applification
European O365 Connect SharePoint Online Applification
European O365 Connect SharePoint Online Applification
European O365 Connect SharePoint Online Applification
European O365 Connect SharePoint Online Applification
European O365 Connect SharePoint Online Applification
European O365 Connect SharePoint Online Applification
European O365 Connect SharePoint Online Applification
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European O365 Connect SharePoint Online Applification

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Since we got deprecated Sandboxed Solutions, developing for SharePoint Online should be done using the new Cloud App Model, but what does the App Model give us from a developer point of view, and how …

Since we got deprecated Sandboxed Solutions, developing for SharePoint Online should be done using the new Cloud App Model, but what does the App Model give us from a developer point of view, and how does it compare to developing locally? Since it is still a subset of the code, what are the Cloud App Model limitations? In this session, these questions will be answered. Even though we still are limited, the new App Model is pretty epic and provides lots of new cool stuff.

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  • Level 200 session,therewillbe code Understanding on how to build apps for O365 and deploy more complex environments (Multi Site Collections), not just the hello world apps, but apps that make it easier to configure your environment.
  • Who am IMaventionPassion -> SharePoint Fanatic
  • SharePoint hosted: app web gets provisioned every time you deploy an app Provider hosted can have an app web but is not requiredAutohosted = Public Beta so maybe not suitable for production (no official statement on how it will come out of beta) Device apps depends on the device (REST /CSOM / SDK: Android)
  • What type of app are you trying to help a user with
  • Project Siena for device apps Napa for SharePoint hosted apps Visual Studio for both and all the way
  • Post by Waldek: http://blog.mastykarz.nl/illustrating-app-idea-microsoft-project-siena-spc14/ and SPC video at: http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/SharePoint-Conference/2014/SPC388
  • Workflow & Managed Metadata actions are only supported through CSOM Preference: more frameworks for REST data (oData queries) Usually use REST for retrieving / displaying data and CSOM for creating stuff
  • Versioning MinifyingPassing properties Resizing app part based on contentsEveryone can see your code Debugging: Managed Metadata permission issue resulted in User Profile retrievable issue (use Fiddler)
  • What type of app are you trying to help a user with
  • FTC not deprecated but it is the only way to deploy in the cloud.Can combine with sandboxes but sandboxes == footprintBy using apps to provision your env you will have controlhttps://officeams.codeplex.com/
  • Versioning MinifyingPassing properties Resizing app part based on contentsEveryone can see your code Debugging: Managed Metadata permission issue resulted in User Profile retrievable issue (use Fiddler)
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    1. Albert-Jan Schot
    2. • App Types • Tooling • My First App • Application Model Samples Agenda
    3. App Types
    4. User experiences
    5. Tooling
    6. Microsoft Project Siena
    7. “Napa” Office 365 Development Tools
    8. Visual Studio
    9. • CSOM only Workflow & Managed Metadata • REST has more documentation • CSOM has ‘better’ intellisense • CSOM has batching • Your preference Rest vs CSOM
    10. • IE 8 … (till April) • Include resource files • Fail gracefully • Minify CSS / Script Generic Tips
    11. Mavention Profilecompleteness
    12. User experiences
    13. • Lot of proven patterns, it’s not just web part to app part discussions… • SP App patterns can be use cross cloud and on- premises… • Stop using declarative options for site provisioning… • Use SP App patterns to provide flexibility for your provisioning patterns… Key takeaways on apps at SPC14
    14. • Provides FTC-alike functionality • No ‘footprint’ • Supports provisioning Using apps in Office 365
    15. • Lot of proven patterns, it’s not just web part to app part discussions… • Go play with it as almost everything you could do with FTC can be done… Takeaways
    16. Q&A
    17. Resources Plan customizations http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/office365- sharepoint-online-enterprise-help/plan- customizations-solutions-and-apps-for-sharepoint- online-HA102772716.aspx#_I_want_to_5 Andrew Connel onApps http://www.andrewconnell.com/blog/sharepoint- hosted-apps-in-sp-2013-as-single-page-apps MSDN on Cloud & SharePoint Hosting http://msdn.microsoft.com/en- us/library/fp179887.aspx RESTAPI http://msdn.microsoft.com/en- us/library/jj860569.aspx Get a Developer Site http://msdn.microsoft.com/en- us/library/fp179924.aspx Napa app http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/store/napa-office- 365-development-tools-WA102963791.aspx Waldek about an app in Project Siena http://blog.mastykarz.nl/illustrating-app-idea- microsoft-project-siena-spc14/
    18. Resources Andrew Connel onApps http://www.andrewconnell.com/blog/sharepoint- 2013-csom-vs.-rest-...-my-preference-and-why AMS demo’s https://officeams.codeplex.com/ SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint Online solution pack http://www.microsoft.com/en- us/download/details.aspx?id=42030 SPC14 REST vs CSOM http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/SharePoint- Conference/2014/SPC423 SPC14 FTC to CAM http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/SharePoint- Conference/2014/SPC325

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