SharePointFest Denver - Flying in the Cloud: New Ways to Develop for SharePoint

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With all of the talk about moving SharePoint into "the cloud", developers have to rethink some of the methods they have used successfully in the past. Sandboxed solutions, while still very powerful, impose development limitations, which can stymie traditional SharePoint developers. To add to the challenge, today's SharePoint users want more from their applications, both in terms of functionality and the overall user experience. At the same time, CIOs and CTOs want to get more "bang for their buck", spending less to accomplish more.



In this session, Marc will discuss the alternative development approach called SharePoint's Middle Tier, which includes XSL/XML, JavaScript/jQuery, Data View Web Parts (DVWPs), and SharePoint's SOAP (XML) Web Services. The techniques are sometimes called "no code", but whatever you call them they don't require any server side deployment, making them ideal for use with Office365 and other cloud-based platforms.

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SharePointFest Denver - Flying in the Cloud: New Ways to Develop for SharePoint

  1. 1. Flying in the Cloud: New Ways to Develop for SharePoint
  2. 2. There Are Exactly Two Ways to Develop Solutions in SharePoint…Right?
  3. 3. Wrong! There’s a Middle Ground……which I call “SharePoint’s Middle Tier”
  4. 4. You Can Develop Real Solutions With Just SharePoint DesignerDashboards “Spreadsheets” Richer Forms Custom Navigation
  5. 5. Using CommonWeb Development Tools…
  6. 6. …and Some Useful SharePoint-Specific ToolsContent Editor Web Parts (CEWPs)Content Query Web Parts (CQWPs) Data View Web Parts (DVWPs)
  7. 7. These Techniques Work Great in “The Cloud”
  8. 8. What Can’t You Do?• Event Receivers• Timer Jobs• Elevate Permissions• Deployments of a large number of sites or other objects• Deploy files to the server’s file system
  9. 9. Don’t Forget Governance!• Development in the Middle Tier should also follow good governance – Coding practices – Deployment mechanisms – Testing methods – Documentation – Training – Maintenance planning
  10. 10. DEMOS
  11. 11. Contact Information eMail marc.anderson@sympraxisconsulting.com Blog http://sympmarc.com SPServices http://spservices.codeplex.com SPXSLT http://spxslt.codeplex.com USPJA Academy http://uspja.com eBook http://endusersharepoint.comThe Middle Tier Manifesto http://bit.ly/middletier

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