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Attend a panel that shows how you can build intelligent applications using Office technologies. Reach hundreds of millions of users where they work–in Office applications every day — by taking advantage of contextual entry points all across the platform.
The Microsoft SharePoint Framework provides powerful capabilities to extend your sites through client side web parts. Learn to build new client side web parts for your existing and new team sites, both on-premises and in the cloud.
Beth and Chaks talk about the new Office 365 APIs Preview and how the APIs allow you to easily integrate Office 365 services into your apps in a consistent way.
Beth and Chaks talk about the new Office 365 APIs focusing on Users and Files APIs.
SharePoint’s cloud app model offers many new and powerful customization capabilities. In this video, you’ll see how the SharePoint developer tools in Visual Studio 2013 help you build custom apps for SharePoint easily and efficiently.
SharePoint 2010 includes the new Business Connectivity Services (BCS) features – the evolution of the Business Data Catalog. This talk is a deep dive into development with Business Connectivity Services using Visual Studio 2010. It covers both simple and advanced data modeling, using the BCS APIs to create metadata models and connecting those models to search. This talk also covers how to create External Content Types and External Lists programmatically, performance tuning techniques and taking external data offline to Office 2010.
This session will show how to build business applications with no code using the new evolution of the business data catalog. This enables IT to deliver more value to the business more quickly. This session will also show you how to connect workflow to business processes without using any code.
Steve Letford interviews Chakkaradeep Chandran, Intergen, about SharePoint at Tech.Ed New Zealand 2010.