This course explores the various choices available to the technical user for SharePoint 2013 customization and interaction. Topics covered include PowerShell for SharePoint 2013 and Office 365, console applications, the SharePoint client-side object model, SharePoint sandbox and farm solutions, and SharePoint applications.
Sahil Malik has been a Microsoft MVP for the past 8 years, author of several books and numerous articles in both the .NET and SharePoint space, consultant and trainer who delivers talks at conferences internationally.
Console Applications Hello, everyone, may name is Sahil Malik and in this video I will be talking about part 2 of this overview of SharePoint 2013 in Office 365 development. So far we've talked about power shell. Next I'm going to talk about console applications, specifically console applications that target SharePoint in Office 365.
Sharepoint Solutions Sahil Malik: Hello, everyone. My name is Sahil Malik. In this brief overview of SharePoint 2013 and Office365 Development that we've been talking about, surely and slowly we're sinking into the depths of SharePoint. And we've looked at PowerShell, we've looked at console applications. It's time to talk about solution packages. Now, everybody's very excited about this part on the right here, which is apps. Right? And I almost get the feeling that people are ignoring solutions but, you know, you can't call yourself a SharePoint developer unless you're familiar with writing solutions. Right? Even though we're going to write lots of apps in SharePoint 2013, I don't think you can ignore learning solution packages. So this is a very, very important topic, right? So let's dive into it.
SharePoint Apps Sahil Malik: Hello, everybody. My name is Sahil Malik and in this last video of an Overview of SharePoint 2013 and Office365 Development, I'll be talking about apps. The world is very excited about apps, right? What do we understand of apps, you know, it's -- I know of apps as you know how you would install them on your phone, and, you know, they do something special; and if you don't like them, you uninstall them and they remove themselves cleanly from my environment, and, you know, one app is pretty independent from another and so on and so forth. So Microsoft is bringing that same paradigm into SharePoint and Office. So far, we've looked at PowerShell console application solutions, so, you know, a new thing that has been introduced in SharePoint 2013 is apps.