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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Enable app SideLoading in your non-developer site collection in SharePoint Online Environment.

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What is Sideload feature?

App sideloading, from a SharePoint context, is the ability to install a SharePoint app directly into a site to explicitly bypass the regular governance controls of SharePoint.

Why is it Useful?

The developer site is designed specifically for app developers to install and test apps before they are released to the store. There are certain site collection templates, such as Team Site and Project, which are not compatible to deployed app directly. This means that developers cannot test apps designed for use with those templates with the developer site alone. The sideloading feature enables development against site collections that use a different template without affecting the UI. By enabling sideloading, an admin opens the door for anyone with app install permissions to install apps that are not sourced from the app catalog or app store.
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Advantage of Upgrading In SharePoint-2013

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Advantage SharePoint-2013

  1. Easier sharing and permissions management for websites.
  2. Improved task management.
  3. Moving from Microsoft SharePoint 2013 to Office 365 will be pretty easier then moving from other versions of Microsoft SharePoint to Office 365.
  4. Office Web Application integration and improvements
  5. Video and iframe embedding and support improvements
  6. Better mobile support and browser support

App Support for Extensibility
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SharePoint 2010 Client Object Model

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Introduction to Client Object Model

Client Object Model is the newest feature of SharePoint 2010. It is the subset of server object model which the Microsoft has defined as Microsoft.sharepoint.dll. The primary function is to manipulate and consume share point data. Client Object Model Implement on Window communication Foundation (WCF) service (…/_vti_bin/client.svc)

Note:
1. To work on Client Object Model, you need Microsoft.sharepoint.Client.dll and Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.Runtime.dll
2. Location of dll will be as follows:
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\14\ISAPI
3. You Need Microsoft.SharePoint.Client. Namespace on working with client object Model
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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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