I’ve been wanting to do this for a while now and I finally found the time. Take a look at the two REST API calls below. The only thing that is different is the resource path in the URL. If this is case, why are we writing the remainder of the code over and over… Continue reading Reduce Code Need for SharePoint REST API Calls with SPRestRepository
Over the Summer, Microsoft released JSON Light support in the SharePoint 2013 REST API. One of the big bits of feedback we got from developers using the REST SharePoint API was about the payload of the data that was returned. Our response was to add support for JSON Light. JSON Light is an open standard… Continue reading Video: JSON Light Support in the SharePoint 2013 REST API
I just moved my blog. The posts are here but some of the content is missing (like images) and some needs to be adjusted (like video embeds). I hope to get these issues addressed as quickly as possible.
Some time ago I wrote a post describing my issues trying to add a service reference to the SharePoint 2013 REST API. I’ve done some more investigation since then and I have some additional information. First off, I talked with my friend Paul Schaeflein who wrote a great blog post on how to use the… Continue reading Adding a Service Reference to the SharePoint 2013 REST API
I was sitting in on one of Andrew Connell’s talks this week and he mentioned that the REST API for most SharePoint Online sites now exposes metadata. I immediately went to my SharePoint Online site, added /_vti_bin/Client.svc/$metadata to the site URL and, lo and behold, it worked! What follows is the tale of my… Continue reading REST API Metadata Now Exposed by Sites in SharePoint Online
Let’s start with a brief description of Site Pages from MSDN: Site pages are provisioned from a template page that is stored on the file system of the front-end Web server. When a site is provisioned, SharePoint Foundation creates a pointer to the instance of the page template on the file system. This allows SharePoint… Continue reading Walktrough: Building a Site Page in SharePoint 2010 or 2013
Next Tuesday (May 28) my newest Pluralsight course will drop. It’s a 6.5 hour epic journey through the world of SharePoint 2013 Development using the Client Object Model and REST API. Here’s the module (chapter) breakdown. Module 1: Introduction – Introducing the Client Object Model – Introducing the REST API Module 2: Programming with the… Continue reading Upcoming Pluralsight Course: SharePoint 2013 Development with the Client Object Model and REST API