Darwin SharePoint User Group, July 2013 - Introduction to client side rendering in SharePoint 2013
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Slides from the Darwin SharePoint User Group, July 2013 - Introduction to client side rendering in SharePoint 2013. ...
Slides from the Darwin SharePoint User Group, July 2013 - Introduction to client side rendering in SharePoint 2013.
Most of the demos aren't available due use of trial O365 dev accounts.
However, presentation may still provide a big picture on CSR in SharePoint 2013 as well as jump start with useful links and information.
Check out slides, comments and the links, and see how it may help you to get started with CSR in SharePoint 2013.
The SharePoint Code Analysis Framework (SPCAF) is a set of tools created by Torsten Mandelkow and Matthias Einig. You can use the tools to examine .WSP files and .APP files to compare against a set of 400 rules, analyze dependencies, calculate metrics and more. In this session, I am going to take you through a tour of the SPCAF features, discuss the pros and cons of using it, show you how to integrate it with Team Foundation Server (TFS) and how you can add your own custom rules. If you spend time developing or managing SharePoint code, this is the session you have been waiting for.
Most of the slides are based on original SPCAF presentation by Matthias Einig, and were used with Matthias Einig permission.
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