Building your First Provider-Hosted App for SharePoint – Part 2

If Part 1 of this blog series, I created a simple Provider-hosted app to SharePoint. The “Provider” part of the SharePoint app was Windows Azure. If you’d like to read more on this, check out Part 1 here: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/steve_fox/archive/2013/02/18/building-your-first-provider-hosted-app-for-sharepoint-using-windows-azure-part-1.aspx. In the second part, I wanted to add some code to flesh out the app to…

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Building your first Provider-Hosted App for SharePoint using Windows Azure – Part 1

If you’ve been tracking on this blog, you’ve seen me write a few posts about SharePoint and Windows Azure. For those of you that have explored SharePoint 2013, you’ll also know that Windows Azure is natively supported with this new release. There are two primary ways in which Windows Azure is natively supported within the…

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Beginning SharePoint 2013 Development: To the Printers We Go!

The last time I finished writing a book, I swore up and down never again—yet it appears it’s happened once again! For those of you who are beginning SharePoint 2013 developers (or are looking to refresh your knowledge around SharePoint 2013), we recently completed “Beginning SharePoint 2013 Development.” When I say we, I mean myself,…

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Setting up your Development Environment for O365 & Azure Development

In one of our SharePoint and Azure workshops the other day, a couple of the students asked me how to set up one’s development environment if you’d like to start building Cloud-hosted apps for SharePoint or Office 365. Since, we had been mainly teaching the students about Office 365 and Azure, the questions were pointedly…

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