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Lets explore customizing SharePoint Forms using JSLink.
Lets say we want to customize the New Form of a custom list.
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Today, we will look at creating a SharePoint SPA using AngularJS and Breeze in a SharePoint hosted app. Single Page Apps or SPA does not mean the application is limited to one page. The experience of navigating between pages is seamless for the user without the postback which happens when navigating to a page.
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In SharePoint 2010, FAST search existed alongside with SharePoint Search. In SharePoint 2013, both have been integrated and you now have a single interface of SharePoint Search.
In this post, we’ll go over some SharePoint 2013 Search concepts such as crawled properties, managed properties. Then, we’ll see how you can customize the search center with Custom result page and navigation, Result Source, Display template, Result type, Query Rules and Refiners.
Today, let’s explore the Microsoft patterns and practices or PnP Provisioning Engine solution to provision SharePoint artifacts. The way this works is the business users and designers make the required changes to the UI from the browser in one site. After that, we can import this entire configuration. Then, we can create new sites or artifacts using this configuration.
Even though the title for this post is Branding SharePoint Online, this is applicable to on-premises as well. Microsoft is suggesting that we should avoid creating custom master pages. Not that it should not be used, however we should consider other approaches such as themes and alternate css first.
As a best practice, Microsoft recommends us to avoid customizing the SharePoint farm to achieve our business logic and functionality. Using the app model is a step towards this goal. The patterns and practices gives us guidance on how to achieve some of the functionality we used to do with farm solutions.
By default, when we use the Search API, SharePoint limits the number of items retrieved. If your query returns a number of items within this limit, then it is not a problem. However, if your query results in a larger set, then by default those items will not be present in the result set.
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Let’s have a look at the Cross Domain Library in SharePoint 2013
Let’s see how to use the cross domain library from a provider hosted app.
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