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  • REST API Metadata Now Exposed by Sites in SharePoint Online

    I was sitting in on one of Andrew Connell’s talks this week and he mentioned that the REST API for most SharePoint Online sites now exposes metadata. I immediately went to my SharePoint Online site, added /_vti_bin/Client.svc/$metadata to the site URL and, lo and behold, it worked! What follows is the tale of my adventure trying to create a client that uses this metadata to build a service proxy. I started by opening up Visual Studio 2012 to create a Console Application project and trying to
    Posted to Rob Windsor's Weblog (Weblog) by windsor on Fri, Nov 1 2013
    Filed under: Development, SharePoint, SharePoint2013, REST
  • Walktrough: Building a Site Page in SharePoint 2010 or 2013

    Let’s start with a brief description of Site Pages from MSDN : Site pages are provisioned from a template page that is stored on the file system of the front-end Web server. When a site is provisioned, SharePoint Foundation creates a pointer to the instance of the page template on the file system. This allows SharePoint Foundation to avoid repeatedly creating copies of the pages, which are provisioned each time a site is created. When a user customizes a site page, the template for the page
    Posted to Rob Windsor's Weblog (Weblog) by windsor on Wed, Aug 21 2013
    Filed under: Development, SharePoint, Walkthrough
  • Upcoming Pluralsight Course: SharePoint 2013 Development with the Client Object Model and REST API

    Next Tuesday (May 28) my newest Pluralsight course will drop. It’s a 6.5 hour epic journey through the world of SharePoint 2013 Development using the Client Object Model and REST API. Here’s the module (chapter) breakdown. Module 1: Introduction - Introducing the Client Object Model - Introducing the REST API Module 2: Programming with the Client Object Model - Using Load and Include - Nesting includes - Retrieving list items - Data-binding - Creating a list - Batch exception handling
    Posted to Rob Windsor's Weblog (Weblog) by windsor on Fri, May 24 2013
    Filed under: Development, Training, Pluralsight
  • SharePoint Dev Quick Tip - Quickly and Easily Building SharePoint REST API Query URLs

    Have you ever tried to build the URL for a REST API service call and ended up confused and frustrated? The OData query syntax is well documented , it’s just not that intuitive. Well, if you want to query list data I have a little trick you can use to have the appropriate URL generated for you. Unfortunately this trick doesn’t work with the SharePoint 2013 _api service since it doesn’t expose metadata. Step 1: Create a Console application and add a Service Reference to the ListData
    Posted to Rob Windsor's Weblog (Weblog) by windsor on Fri, Feb 1 2013
    Filed under: Development, SharePoint, Quick Tip, OData
  • My Thoughts on the Developer Content at the SharePoint Conference 2012 (The Appy Hour)

    Another SharePoint Conference has come and gone and it’s time for the obligatory wrap-up post (at least what I can remember). This was a very busy conference for me, almost to the point of being overwhelming. I caught some sessions live and got to spend time with my colleagues from Portal and Pluralsight, but I didn’t get nearly enough time to spend with the seemingly endless number of other people I knew at the conference. Being an MVP, I had early access to the beta/preview bits and
    Posted to Rob Windsor's Weblog (Weblog) by windsor on Sun, Nov 18 2012
    Filed under: Development, SharePoint, SharePoint2013, Conference
  • SharePoint Dev Quick Tip–Finding the Internal Name of a Field

    Note: For the purposes of this post I’m going to assume you know the difference between the display name and the internal name of a field and why you should use the internal name when referring to fields in code and queries. There are several tools/tricks you can use to get the internal name of a field. In this quick tip I’ll show you two tools I like to use: Visual Studio and SharePoint Manager. Let’s say we have a site named Demo that contains a list named Demo that contains a
    Posted to Rob Windsor's Weblog (Weblog) by windsor on Tue, Sep 4 2012
    Filed under: Development, SharePoint, Quick Tip
  • SharePoint 2013 Sandboxed Solutions Deprecated?

    If sandboxed solutions could talk, I’m sure they would be uttering the famous Mark Twain line, “The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated”. Twitter and other social media sites were a buzz early this week after the release of the SharePoint 2013 Preview. Amid the posts were some like these: Needless to say there were many questions about what this meant. The issue was brought to the product team and they said that the text in some of the documentation did not clearly represent
    Posted to Rob Windsor's Weblog (Weblog) by windsor on Sat, Jul 21 2012
    Filed under: Development, SharePoint, SharePoint2013
  • SharePoint 2013 Sandboxed Solutions Deprecated?

    If sandboxed solutions could talk, I’m sure they would be uttering the famous Mark Twain line, “The reports of my death are greatly exaggerated”. Twitter and other social media sites were a buzz early this week after the release of the SharePoint 2013 Preview. Amid the posts were some like these: Needless to say there were many questions about what this meant. The issue was brought to the product team and they said that the text in some of the documentation did not clearly represent
    Posted to Rob Windsor's Weblog (Weblog) by windsor on Sat, Jul 21 2012
    Filed under: Development, SharePoint, SharePoint2013
  • SharePoint 2013 Developer Resource Links

    I’m posting these mostly so I can find them again later Setting up a developer environment How to: Set up an on-premises development environment for apps for SharePoint Configuring Visual Studio 2012 RC for SharePoint 2013 Preview Development SharePoint App Development Apps for SharePoint overview Developer training SharePoint 2013 Preview for Developers (Forums) Apps for SharePoint compared with SharePoint solutions
    Posted to Rob Windsor's Weblog (Weblog) by windsor on Thu, Jul 19 2012
    Filed under: Development, SharePoint, SharePoint2013
  • SharePoint 2013 Web Part Page

    Took me a while to find how to create a Web Part Page in SharePoint 2013. You can create one using the New Document dropdown in the Site Pages library.
    Posted to Rob Windsor's Weblog (Weblog) by windsor on Thu, Jul 19 2012
    Filed under: SharePoint, SharePoint2013
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