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SharePoint 2013 - SharePoint and Provider hosted Apps

Come learn more about SharePoint 2013 and the App model - specifically SharePoint hosted Apps and Provider Hosted Apps with Greg Galipeau and the Reston SPUG.

SharePoint 2013 shifts the paradigm of development with the new App model. According to MSDN: "The SharePoint 2013 App model attempts to integrate the best of web and SharePoint; they are targeted, lightweight and easy-to-use". They also reduce the stability threats that full-trust code sometimes wreaks on an environment. But, in the end they are just self-contained pieces of functionality that extend the capabilities of SharePoint. In this session you will learn the app model and the two most common ways of utilizing it (SharePoint hosted and Provider hosted). 

There's no avoiding it, the App model is Microsoft's choice for development for the future. Learn techniques that will make you successful utilizing this model. You will learn these techniques from the winner of the Inaugural Microsoft SharePoint App Development Contest winner. We will walk you through fully functioning code that you can currently find on the Microsoft App store. We will also show the different hosting models for Apps and explain when to use the various ones depending on your situation.

This session will help Developers who want to make money in the App store, internal Developers that want to build self-contained apps in their environment and Power Users who want to understand how Apps will help them. It will also help Admins to define their SharePoint environments to support App development.

Target Audience: Developers, Power Users and Admins (if they don't mind seeing a little code)

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