Building SharePoint Apps as Single Page Apps with AngularJS

Learn how to implement a SharePoint-hosted App as a Single Page App (SPA) using the popular AngularJS presentation framework.
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Learn how to implement a SharePoint-hosted App as a Single Page App (SPA) using the popular AngularJS presentation framework.
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Microsoft introduced a new app model in the SharePoint 2013 release, which is available both for on-premise deployments and in the hosted service Office 365. One type of SharePoint app developers can build is a SharePoint-hosted application where everything is stored in SharePoint but the app actually runs within the user's browser. These types of SharePoint apps can be built as single page applications for a very fast, fluid, and pleasant experience for your users. This course will show you how to create a SharePoint-hosted app as a single page application by working through an example scenario.

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Microsoft introduced a new app model in the SharePoint 2013 release, which is available both for on-premise deployments and in the hosted service Office 365. One type of SharePoint app developers can build is a SharePoint-hosted application where everything is stored in SharePoint but the app actually runs within the user's browser. These types of SharePoint apps can be built as single page applications for a very fast, fluid, and pleasant experience for your users. This course will show you how to create a SharePoint-hosted app as a single page application by working through an example scenario.
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Course info
Level
Intermediate
Rating
(253)
Duration
3h 36m
Released
24 Apr 2014
Course authors

Andrew Connell is an independent consultant who enjoys development, writing, and teaching. He focuses on and evangelizes for web development technologies, cloud technologies, and Microsoft SharePoint, which he has been working with for over 10 years starting with SharePoint Portal Server 2003. Andrew is a ten-time recipient of Microsoft's Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award (2005-2014), and has contributed to numerous books, articles, and projects over the years.

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