Your guide to designing apps that extend the capabilities of your SharePoint site.
Take advantage of the most important new concept in Microsoft® SharePoint® 2013--the app. Led by two SharePoint experts, you’ll learn development techniques such as building app lists, creating event handlers, and the major classes in the object model that provide access to content stored in SharePoint.
Get expert guidance on how to:
Best design an app
Develop a SharePoint-hosted app
Develop a developer- hosted app
Create and use lists
Establish user security and SharePoint application security
Get code samples on the Web.
Chapter 1 Introducing SharePoint Apps
Understanding the new SharePoint app model
Understanding SharePoint app model architecture
Packaging and distributing apps
Chapter 2 Client-side Programming
Introducing jQuery for SharePoint developers
Working with the CSOM
Working with the REST API
Chapter 3 SharePoint App Security
Reviewing the concepts of authentication and authorization
SCOT HILLIER is an independent consultant and Microsoft SharePoint Most Valuable Professional, focused on creating solutions for Information Workers with SharePoint, Microsoft Office, and related Microsoft .NET technologies. He is the author/coauthor of 15 books and DVDs on Microsoft technologies, including Inside Microsoft SharePoint 2010. Scot splits his time between consulting on SharePoint projects, speaking at SharePoint events such as Tech Ed, and delivering training for SharePoint Developers. Scot is a former United States Navy submarine officer and graduate of the Virginia Military Institute. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TED PATTISON is an author, instructor and owner of Critical Path Training (www.CriticalPathTraining.com), a company dedicated to education on SharePoint technologies. Ted has worked with Microsoft’s Developer Platform Evangelism group and the SharePoint Product team to research and author SharePoint developer training material early in the alpha phase of the product lifecycle for SharePoint 2007, SharePoint 2010, and SharePoint 2013. He is also the coauthor of Inside Microsoft SharePoint 2010.