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Developing SharePoint-powered mobile apps

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Session at SharePoint Days in Munich (20th and 21st November 2012) about developing mobile and tablet apps using SharePoint 2013 mobility API and REST endpoints.

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Developing SharePoint-powered mobile apps

  1. 1. SharePoint and mobile applications – short historyNew opportunities with SharePoint 2013Coding the Weißwurst Explorer-App
  2. 2. anyone
  3. 3. her
  4. 4. SharePoint in 2011…• 125 millions licenses sold• The collaboration platform in the world• Most relevant corporate data stored in SharePoint or leveraged through it
  5. 5. challenge
  6. 6. response
  7. 7. alternative
  8. 8. solution
  9. 9. yesterday
  10. 10. sharepoint 2013
  11. 11. Bing maps Data SP MOBILE APIAPP PNS
  12. 12. push notifications Microsoft.SharePoint.Client. PushNotificationSubscriber
  13. 13. PhonePNSubscriber
  14. 14. 3. Form registers with registration APIwhich writes information in subscriptionlist in the Site Subscription Store The subscription (List in the Site) list in the site is provisioned as part of a feature 1. Get URI 2. Return URI App 4. When an app event is fired, the app looks up the subscription list in app and calls 5. PNS notifies the phone PNS the notification API for all phones that need to be notified
  15. 15. Windows 8 iPad/iPhone HTML5/jQuery Android Blackberry
  16. 16. recapitulation
  17. 17. questions? Adis Jugo Technology Advisor T +49 89 3186 7154 M +49 151 52 602 822 F Mail: +49 7361 55 621 20 adis.jugo@plan-b-gmbh.com @adisjugo Blog: www.adisjugo.com

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