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Let’s face it.  In SharePoint 2010, creating ribbon custom actions was not a very pleasant experience.  You had to know the inner workings of the XML and the black-magic behind selecting the right Id in the CommandUIDefinition .  We had...
If you’ve followed me post , you have a good start on working with Client Web Parts with the new SharePoint 2013 app model.  In an app part, everything you do is inside an IFRAME.  You need to remember this whenever you create links inside your...
Most people don’t know this yet, but paid apps went live last week and my app, SP2 Feedback , happens to be the only one available for purchase. :)  Since many are curious about the process, I thought I would post some screenshots of the process...
I’ve submitted a few apps to the SharePoint App Store now and of course I have screwed it up a few times.  The process has been fairly painless though so I thought I would share some tips from my experience so far. Watch your version numbers – The...
That’s a mouthful, but I wanted to make sure that people knew exactly what this post is for.  The problem I am seeing out there already is that while there is a lot of code samples, they aren’t clear for what type of app the sample is for. ...
NOTE: This post is build with Visual Studio 2012 RC and Preview 1 of the Office Developer Tools.  See this post for an update with Preview 2 of the Office Developer Tools and the RTM version of SharePoint 2013. I am extremely interested in the new...
Napa is a great way to get started building SharePoint 2013 apps with Office 365.  It provides you an easy-to-use editor that allows you make changes to your app right in your browser.  One nice feature it has is to allow you to take what you...
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