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Silverlight. Sandbox Solutions. JavaScript. The Client Object Model. These are components or features that can all be leveraged by developers in an on premises SharePoint environment, as well as Microsoft’s cloud offering for SharePoint: SharePoint Online. But while these similarities exist between the two SharePoint worlds, at the same time they’re vastly different. In on premises SharePoint environments, developers have many other appealing options to choose from that can make customization much easier and smoother than these client-side developer tools.

The difference in the cloud with SharePoint Online is that developers can’t choose other easier options over Sandbox Solutions, JavaScript, or the Client Object Model. In SharePoint Online’s world it’s Microsoft’s way or the highway, and that means that software designers and developers have to approach solution design and creation in a much different manner than for on premises custom solutions.

This class presents a comprehensive review of the tools and features available for development with SharePoint Online and then takes a closer look at their capabilities and limitations. It also explains the shift in decision making and solution design that needs to occur to turn SharePoint Online’s restrictions into opportunities, as well as looks at other available resources for development with SharePoint Online, such as Microsoft’s Azure offering or Amazon’s Cloud Services.

Silverlight. Sandbox Solutions. JavaScript. The Client Object Model. These are components or features that can all be leveraged by developers in an on premises SharePoint environment, as well as Microsoft’s cloud offering for SharePoint: SharePoint Online. But while these similarities exist between the two SharePoint worlds, at the same time they’re vastly different. In on premises SharePoint environments, developers have many other appealing options to choose from that can make customization much easier and smoother than these client-side developer tools.

The difference in the cloud with SharePoint Online is that developers can’t choose other easier options over Sandbox Solutions, JavaScript, or the Client Object Model. In SharePoint Online’s world it’s Microsoft’s way or the highway, and that means that software designers and developers have to approach solution design and creation in a much different manner than for on premises custom solutions.

This class presents a comprehensive review of the tools and features available for development with SharePoint Online and then takes a closer look at their capabilities and limitations. It also explains the shift in decision making and solution design that needs to occur to turn SharePoint Online’s restrictions into opportunities, as well as looks at other available resources for development with SharePoint Online, such as Microsoft’s Azure offering or Amazon’s Cloud Services.

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  13. 13. For Kiosk Workers For Information Workers For Information Workers For Small Businesses SharePoint Online in SharePoint Online Plan 1 SharePoint Online Plan 2 in SharePoint Online in P1 K1/K2 in E1/E2 E3/E4 Team Sites Yes Yes Yes Yes 1 Basic Public-facing site 1 Basic Public-facing site 1 Basic Public-facing site Simple Public-Facing Website No included included included Site Designer Yes Yes Yes Yes SharePoint Designer 2010 Yes, for Intranet sites Yes, for Intranet sites Yes, for Intranet sites Yes, for Intranet sites Custom Workflows Yes Yes Yes Yes Sandbox Solutions (PTC) Yes Yes Yes Yes My Site No No Yes Yes Enterprise Features (Forms Services, No OK to consume OK to consume Yes, can build and consume Excel Services, Visio Services, BCS) Access Services Yes OK to consume OK to consume Yes, can build and consume Site Collections Single Site Collection N/A Up to 300 Up to 300 View only for K1 View only for E1 Office Web Apps View & Edit View & Edit View & Edit for K2 View & Edit for E2 Search (across Site Collections) N/A Yes Yes Yes Basic External Document Sharing Yes (up to 50 free) N/A Yes (first 50 free) Yes (first 50 free) Storage 10GB + 500MB per USL 10GB + 0MB per USL 10GB + 500MB per USL 10GB + 500MB per USL Buy additional storage No Yes Yes Yes Max Org Users Up to 50 TBD TBD TBD Admin Single Site Collection No Yes Tenant level Yes Tenant level 24x7 phone support for 24x7 phone support for 24x7 phone support for Support Community Admin Admin Admin 15 | SharePoint Saturday St. Louis 2012
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  17. 17. • SharePoint Online Developer Guide • MSDN SharePoint Online Resource Center 19 | SharePoint Saturday St. Louis 2012
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  26. 26.  SharePoint Online Developer Guide  MSDN SharePoint Online Resource Center  Sandbox Solutions info at MSDN  online SharePoint 2010 SDK  Namespaces and Types in Sandboxed Solutions  Silverlight and the Client Object Model  BCS and WCF endpoints 28 | SharePoint Saturday St. Louis 2012
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