Face it, if you are a born and raised .NET Client/Server developer like me, you are now old school. I have been aware of this fact for several years now, but not until late 2013 did it start bothering me. Now it’s 2014 and it’s time to refine my skills. This post is on how I quickly learned basic PHP, jQuery, and web dev. And finally a little bit on the concepts of DevOps.
As you know SharePoint 2013 introduces a new development model, known as the App Model, that allows you to create and deploy applications for SharePoint On-Premise and SharePoint Online in Office 365. If you want to know more about how to build applications for SharePoint, I recommend you to visit the Build apps for Office and SharePoint portal created by Microsoft. There you can find a lot of useful information and resources about this new development model, how to build apps, and so on.
In my last article about integrating SharePoint & Azure with CloudShare, I explained how to integrate Windows Azure Marketplace data in SharePoint 2010 sites through a Business Connectivity Service (BCS) connector. In the first article of the series, I introduced you to some of the scenarios available when you integrate Azure data and/or services in SharePoint 2010 (either On-Premise or Online). In today’s article, I will describe a simple approach to integrate SQL Azure Data in a SharePoint Online (SPO) site without doing any kind of coding. Let’s begin. Read the rest of this entry »
Last week, I explained how to integrate SharePoint & Windows Azure with CloudShare (read the full post here). Today, I will show you how to integrate Windows Azure Marketplace data in SharePoint 2010 sites through a Business Connectivity Service (BCS) connector. The BCS connector is created in Visual Studio 2012 RC (VS 2012 RC) and deployed to a SharePoint 2010 farm. Read the rest of this entry »
Last week, Microsoft announced the arrive of the new Windows Azure. One of the new services with Azure is Team Foundation Service preview (TFS Service Preview). This is a real TFS service running on top of Windows Azure ready to be used for team development with any kind of technology. In this article I will show you how easy it is to begin SharePoint team development using TFS Service Preview from your CloudShare development environment: Read the rest of this entry »
We now offer Windows Azure development and testing in the cloud with an easy transition to production! Read the rest of this entry »
Using Claims Authentication to Configure Multiple Authentication Providers in a CloudShare EnvironmentOctober 25th, 2011 | Author: Danny Jessee | Filed under: CloudShare, SharePoint | Tags: authentication, claims, environment, Intranet, SharePoint, sharepoint 2010, windows
CloudShare’s very own Chris Riley recently shared an environment of mine in a blog post about network orchestration. This environment leverages some exciting new capabilities in SharePoint 2010: namely Claims Authentication in a SharePoint 2010 web application and the ability to configure multiple authentication providers in a single zone.
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We are continually improving our lists of available permalinks and updated VM Templates. Below is a description of the new templates, and permalinks, and updates to existing ones released on 8/21/2011. Read the rest of this entry »