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SP Fest Denver Session Follow Up

25 September 2014

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Thanks to everyone who attended the sessions I presented at SP Fest Denver earlier this week!  It was really nice to meet new folks at the conference and see many long time colleagues and friends as well.  🙂

You can find the slide decks for both of my presentations here.

In case you missed my presentations, here’s an overview of them.

DEV 101 – Creating mobile applications that integrate with SharePoint 2013 on-premises and O365 web sites and the cloud 

Mobile applications that integrate with SharePoint 2013 on-premises or O365 web sites are no longer a niche requirement or a nice to have thing anymore. In today’s world, nearly every SharePoint project has a mobile component and set of mobile requirements. In this session you will learn the various ways you can mobile enable SharePoint and learn how to build native and cross device mobile applications that authenticate and integrate with SharePoint 2013 on-premises and O365 web sites and the cloud to consume and interact with SharePoint and cloud services. This session will demonstrate patterns used for authentication, CRUD operations on SharePoint list items and Azure SQL Databases, sending push notifications, and more.

DEV 103 – Understanding and implementing the remote provision pattern in SharePoint 2013 on-premises and O365 web sites

The remote provision pattern is the new de-facto standard used to deploy artifacts and content to SharePoint 2013 on-premises and O365 web sites. This new pattern replaces earlier methods of deploying artifacts and content to SharePoint via declarative code, full trust solutions, or sandbox solutions. In this session you will learn how to use the remote provisioning pattern to deploy and apply many different things to a SharePoint 2013 on-premises or O365 web sites including branding assets, SharePoint apps, Web Parts, content, and more. This session includes highly polished demos as well as walk throughs of MSDN code samples my team and I created.

 

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