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Introduction to SharePoint 2013 App Model

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  • 1. .
  • 2. .Sayed AliSayed.ali@outlook.comSharePoint AdministratorArabian Advanced System(Naseej)
  • 3. .Agenda
  • 4. .Sites, People ,Apps ,Themes
  • 5. .Sites, People ,Apps ,Themes
  • 6. .Sites, People ,Apps ,ThemesThemesSitesPeopleApps
  • 7. .Sites, People ,Apps ,Themes
  • 8. .SharePoint Applications Development OptionsFarm• Full trust solutions• Customizations tofile system of servers• Classic model from2007Sandbox• Declarative elements• Partially trusted codeservice still includedfor limited serverside supportSP Apps• New Apps model• Deployed fromcorporate catalog oroffice market place• Manage permissionand licensesspecifically• Preferred option
  • 9. .SharePoint 2010 Application Challenges
  • 10. .SharePoint 2013 App Model
  • 11. .SharePoint 2013 App Principle
  • 12. .SharePoint Solutions & AppsFull-Trust Solutions Sandbox Solutions AppsUse Client Side SharePoint APIUse Server Side SharePoint APIUse Remote ServicesApp-based Permissions (OAuth2)On-Premise Deployment FriendlyHosted Deployment FriendlyDistribution via Market PlaceSharePoint Provide Schematics forInstall / Upgrade / Uninstall
  • 13. .Choices When Building Apps
  • 14. .Hosting - A Choice of Three ApproachesApp Web(from WSP)ParentWebSharePoint-hosted AppProvision an isolated sub web on a parentweb• Reuse web elements(lists, files, out-of-box web parts)• No server code allowed; use clientJavaScript for logic, UXAzure Auto-Provisioned AppWindows Azure + SQL Azureprovisioned invisibly as apps areinstalledAzure(fromWebDeploy,DacPac)SharePointWebGet remote events fromSharePointUse CSOM/REST +OAuth to work with SPCloud-based AppsDeveloper-Hosted App“Bring your own server hosting infrastructure”Developers will need to isolate tenantsSharePointWebYour Hosted Siteanimated
  • 15. .Demo
  • 16. .Entry Point / Experience : App ShapesShape Description ExampleApp that implement new scenariofor the customerResource trackingBudgetingProvide new parts you can add toyour siteWeather, NewsAdd new actions for documentsand itemsDisplay document visualization /Print to print service Vendor
  • 17. .App BrandingAppBrandingAppTemplateChromeControlCustomBranding
  • 18. .App Scoping
  • 19. .