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Microsoft SharePoint 2013 App Development 0

A few words from the Scot Hillier, the author  :

 I wanted to take a moment and be clear about the intended audience and expectations for the book.

This is a 4-chapter book intended to be a ramp-up on the new app development model. The target audience is experienced SharePoint developers. The book is not the “one-book” you buy that has every SharePoint development topic. That book is our “Inside SharePoint 2013” book. About half of the content in this mini book will eventually find its way into the larger book, but we wanted to get this information out as soon as possible.

 

The book is organized into 4 chapters

  • Chapter 1:”Introducing SharePoint apps” covers the new SharePoint app model in detail
  • Chapter 2:”Client-side programming” covers in the first part JavaScript and JQuery for SharePoint developers and the second half presents the fundamentals of the client-side object model and REST APIs for SharePoint 2013
  • Chapter 3: “App security” is all about the security concepts necessary to develop Apps. It explains the concept of the app principal and describes the details behind the OAuth security model.
  • Chapter 4: “Developing SharePoint apps” covers professional patterns for app development, such ad Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM) and Model-View-Controller (MVC). Within these patterns, you will read all about the basics of creating apps with various workloads, such as search, social capabilities and Business Connectivity services (BCS)

 

Scot Hillier SharePoint books

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Scot Hillier SharePoint books

Scot Hillier

Scot Hillier is an independent consultant and Microsoft SharePoint Most Valuable Professional focused on creating solutions for Information Workers with SharePoint, Office, and related .NET technologies. A frequent speaker at TechEd and SharePoint Connections, he is also the author many books on Microsoft technologies including 5 for SharePoint 2010.
Scot splits his time between consulting on SharePoint projects and training for Critical Path Training. Scot is a former U. S. Navy submarine officer and graduate of the Virginia Military Institute. Scot can be reached at scot@shillier.com and via @ScotHillier on Twitter.

View Scot’s books on SharePointbooks.net or on Amazon.