SharePoint 2013 will be a major evolution for SharePoint and there are many things that a beginning SharePoint developer will need to know. This update contains 100% new content, addressing the major path forward for the SharePoint platform and outlines in a practical way how a new SharePoint developer can get started with the platform and developing for the platform.
This book guides developers seeking to advance their knowledge so they can leverage OOB features programmatically and leverage the underlying SharePoint infrastructure to build custom solutions.
Part I: Getting Started with SharePoint 2013
Chapter 1: Introduction to SharePoint 2013
Chapter 2: Overview of the SharePoint 2013 App Model
Chapter 3: Developer Tooling for SharePoint 2013
Chapter 4: Understanding your Development Options
Chapter 5: Overview of Windows Azure for SharePoint
Part II: Fundamental SharePoint 2013 Development Building Blocks
Chapter 6: Developing, Integrating and Building Applications in SharePoint 2013
Chapter 7: Packaging and Deploying SharePoint 2013 Apps
Chapter 8: Distributing SharePoint 2013 Apps
Chapter 9: Overview of the Client-Side Object Model and Rest APIS
Chapter 10: Overview Of OAUTH in SharePoint 2013
Part III: Advanced Developer Topics in SharePoint 2013
Chapter 11: Developing Integrated Apps for Office and SharePoint Solutions
Chapter 12: Remote Event Receivers in SharePoint 2013
Chapter 13: Building Line-of-Business Solutions using Business Connectivity Services
Chapter 14: Developing Applications using Office Services
Chapter 15: Developing Workflow Applications for SharePoint 2013
Steve Fox is a Technical Evangelist in the Developer Platform Evangelism group at Microsoft. He worked in the IT industry for over 15 years and has worked in the areas of natural language, search, developer tools and more recently Office Business Application and SharePoint development.
Donovan Follette has been a Senior Technical Evangelist with Microsoft since 2005. Prior to that, he was a Business Systems Manager, University Information Systems, at Washington State University Educational Institution for 18 years.
Chris Johnson is a General Manager at Provoke Solutions Seattle. Prior to that he worked for Microsoft for almost 10 years as a Senior Technical Product Manager in Redmond and a Senior Consultant at Microsoft New Zealand.