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A community site is a new site template that is available in SharePoint 2013, and it is also available as a feature that you can enable, called the Community Site Feature. The idea is that, just like any interactive forum, you have concepts like “Likes”, ratings, badges and reputation scores. Top contributors are rewarded with higher points, which equate to badges.
This project spawned from the desire to have a little funky landing page for a SharePoint 2010 site.
Examples of analogies that help explain SharePoint navigation structures.
The use of jQuery mobile with SharePoint. Goal is to simply expose company news for as many mobile devices as possible in a single location.
From mobile access to SharePoint and (social) search and findability.
Prefetching content allows users to access it more quickly what improves the user experience. Find out how to prefetch SharePoint search results and cut down your users’ waiting time.
An Outlook add-in that extends SharePoint lists by exposing custom columns on calendars, tasks, contacts and discussion boards.
Certain applications are more suited to being built in SharePoint than others. So when faced with a requirement for a business application, how do you decide whether or not SharePoint is the right choice?
About the behavior of the Managed Metadata Service when you wanted to change a term.