Publish apps for Office and SharePoint to the Office Store

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Publishing Apps for SharePoint

After you’ve finished developing your apps for SharePoint, the final step is making those apps available to users. To do this, you can publish the app to one of two places:

  • Office Store

Publish your app to the Office Store to make the app publically available, so that it can be acquired by users of any SharePoint deployment.

  • An internal corporate catalog

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Steps to Create a custom web app using SharePoint online

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Introduction: – Here, I will show you the power and ease of using Access 2013 to create a simple App Form that you can use in your Office 365 deployment. Simply put, it’s one of the easiest way to create an App for SharePoint without breaking out any code at all.

Access 2013 Web enables you to publish your app and host it in Office 365. There’s three main areas in an Access 2013 Web App:

  • The Web App Model
  • Deployment to SharePoint
  • Data storage based on SQL in Azure

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SharePoint Shortcut URL’s

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Below is the list of pages & their paths which can be accessed from URL :

· Add web parts to any page: append ?PageView=Shared&ToolPaneView=2
· Create New Site Content: /_layouts/15/create.aspx
· Create New Site: _layouts/15/NewsbWeb.aspx
· List Template Gallery [At Root level]: _catalogs/lt/Forms/AllItems.aspx
· Master Page Gallery: _catalogs/masterpage/Forms/AllItems.aspx
· Manage your Alerts: _layouts/15/SubEdit.aspx
· Create New Alert: _layouts/15/SubChoos.aspx
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