Today i’m going to show you how to script Sharepoint through the GUI. Whilst in this example we’ll be running the code on server the same concepts and approach can be used to Script it from any machine that can hit the relevant website.
Dirty, but quite handy if you don’t have access to server-side scripting or deployment.
Covers several approaches for user interface customization in SP2013 – using JSLink to customize a list and/or view, creating custom Display Templates for the Content Search web part, and different approaches for customizing the search hover panel.
Improve the quality of SharePoint code by detecting violations, creating inventory reports of all content in custom SharePoint solutions and analyzing dependencies between SharePoint elements.
The client’s use case was as follows: they needed a way to be able to plot office locations on a map with contractually agreed to boundaries around them. These boundaries may be a specific radius around an office location or an irregularly shaped polygon. Once these are plotted on the map they required the ability to plot an address on the map to determine whether the address fell within any of the predefined boundaries.
Why would you use Search Driven? Good question. Let’s ask “why not”? The answer is the index latency. Search Driven Solutions are based on the search index and that means that the data freshness depends on the index freshness.
Create a SharePoint-hosted app that uses the REST service to publish a post and get the personal feed for the current user.
A simple example of how you can utilize the REST Search API’s in SharePoint 2013 to perform a search.