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SharePoint 2013 Sneak Peek



This session provides a “Sneak Peek” of SharePoint 2013 IT Pro / Developer perspective. The session is designed to help the audience to understand the changes architectural changes have occurred, ...

This session provides a “Sneak Peek” of SharePoint 2013 IT Pro / Developer perspective. The session is designed to help the audience to understand the changes architectural changes have occurred, storage considerations, browser support, social media supports, workflows and ect… This is a must attend session for leading edge SharePoint IT Pro/Developer looking to jump start their 2013 experience curve.



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    • 2013 Sneak Peek By K.Mohamed Faizal , Lead Consultant, Chief Architect Office SharePoint community @ NCS - 17th Sep. 2012 / @kmdfaizalThe content published in this presentation are completely my working opinion & does not reflect any views of my employers.
    • Usual Disclaimer:All content in this presentation is forinformation purposes only with no warrantyor guarantees regarding its accuracyAll product names, logos, brands and othertrademarks are the property of theirrespective trademark holders
    • Outline Share Organize Discover Design &Build Manage IT Pro Developer
    • Share Ideas
    • Social net @ Work Post updates to let your colleagues know what you’re working on Follow people, documents sites and tagsAsk questions ?, Like andReply
    • Share content
    • Share Content with Social Power  Communities  Community sites with self-service administration and moderation  Modern community features such as achievements and reputation Discussions  Modern discussion boards Blogs  Client application integration  Categories, comments, and moderation
    • Streamline common tasks
    • Create Sites in few clicks
    • Securely work together
    • Organize Project and Task
    • Manager your to-do list
    • Keep track on Projects Integrated task with timelineManage Project withShard calendar andTimelines Task : Gantt chart view
    • Discover Information
    • Discover relevant results and Grow your next work
    • Discover relevant results and Grow yournext work
    • Design and Build
    • Themes  The themes engine has been completely reworked  Everything is now based on HTML instead of proprietary format – including support for HTML5  PowerPoint is no longer used to create custom themes  You get much richer themes and common building blocks for customizing them  A background image, palette and fonts with live preview  You can “try it out” to see how it looks
    • Theme Gallery  This is what the new theme gallery looks like, along with a sample of an HTML 5 based theme:
    • Mobile  Classic and Contemporary views for mobile browsers  Automatic Mobile Browser Redirection  Target different designs based on user agent string  Office Mobile Web Apps  Excel  PowerPoint  Word  Push notifications
    • Developer Perspective Change on Developer Perspective
    • SP App Design A Choice of Three Approaches Developer-Hosted App SharePoint “Bring your own server hosting infrastructure” Your Hosted SiteCloud-based Apps Web Developers will need to isolate tenantsGet remote events fromSharePointUse CSOM/REST + Azure Auto-Provisioned App AzureOAuth to work with SP Windows Azure + SQL Azure SharePoint (from provisioned invisibly as apps are Web WebDeploy, installed DacPac) SharePoint-hosted App Parent Provision an isolated sub web on a parent Web web • Reuse web elements App Web (lists, files, out-of-box web parts) • No server code allowed; use client (from WSP) JavaScript for logic, UX animated
    • BCS & Development environment Key changes in SP15 for BCS • OData Support as data source • Eventing FrameWork for external notifications • External list enhancements Development environment setup considerations • Windows 8 OS supports also 64 bit clients in Hyper-V • Cloud based hosting of also development environments for easy and fast availability and scale for your team • Windows Azure Workflow service can be installed on same server as SharePoint • Office Web Applications has to be installed on separate server
    • Windows Azure Workflow in SharePoint 15  Workflow now treated as a service  Moved to Windows Azure Workflow  No longer runs in the content farm  No longer requirement to run on SharePoint WFE / App servers  Harnesses the latest workflow technology from Microsoft  SharePoint deployment drives where workflow runs  Hosted: Azure Workflow  On-Prem: Windows Azure Workflow Service  Improves stability, scalability & transparency
    • IT Pro Perspective Change on IT Pro Perspective
    • SharePoint 15 Architecture In general model has stayed same as in previous version Numerous platform level improvements and new capabilities  Shredded Storage  SQL Improvements  Cache Service  Request Management  Themes  Sharing
    • Service applications in SharePoint 15New service applications available and improvements on existing onesOffice Web Apps is no longer a service applicationWeb Analytics is no longer service application, it’s part of search
    • Office Web Apps in Wave 15 3rd party apps animated
    • Browser Support MatrixBrowser Supported in 15 Supported with limitations Not testedInternet Explorer 9 (32-bit) XInternet Explorer 8 (32-bit) XInternet Explorer 9 (64-bit) XInternet Explorer 8 (64-bit) XInternet Explorer 7 (both) XMozilla Firefox (Latest version Xin-market)Google Chrome (Latest Xversion in-market)Safari (Latest version in- Xmarket)