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Developer's Independence Day: Introducing the Sharepoint App Model

  • Jul 2, 2014 · 6:00 PM

When in the course of collaboration software it becomes necessary for developers to dissolve their bonds to arcane, outdated technology such as WebForms, XSLT, and SOAP web services, a new option is required. We hold these truths to be self-evident: that SharePoint professionals are endowed with the unalienable right to use the latest web development technologies, to integrate with web sites based on virtually any technology, and to run their solutions on premises or in the cloud.

This talk will introduce the App model to SharePoint and general Web developers alike. You'll learn how to write SharePoint Hosted apps in JavaScript and Provider Hosted apps that run in Windows Azure or on your own web servers. You'll learn how to access SharePoint using the client object model and REST web services, and how to deploy your solutions on premises or in Office 365.

Don't miss this special Independence Day meeting of RISPUG and declare your independence from old world technology!

About the Speaker

Bob German is SharePoint Principal Architect at BlueMetal Architects, where he leads SharePoint development and deployment engagements for enterprise customers. Bob has been developing on the SharePoint platform since it was called “Site Server”, and is a co-author of SharePoint 2010 Development with Silverlight for Addison-Wesley.

Prior to joining BlueMetal, Bob was an architect at the Microsoft Technology Center in Boston, MA; he also worked for Microsoft Consulting Services building and performance tuning web sites and other networking solutions.

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  • Kathy H

    Very informative thanks

    1 · July 2, 2014

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