Upcoming Pluralsight Course: SharePoint 2013 Development with the Client Object Model and REST API

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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 Client Object Model
– Using Load and Include
– Nesting includes
– Retrieving list items
– Data-binding
– Creating a list
– Batch exception handling
– Adding and updating list items
– Using Web Proxy
– Communicating from an App Web to the Host Web

Module 3: Programming with the REST API
– OData queries
– Using expand
– Data-binding
– Creating a list
– Creating list items
– Updating list items
– Using Web Proxy
– Communicating from an App Web to the Host Web
– Continuations

Module 4: Working with Documents and Document Libraries
– Creating a custom document library
– Uploading documents

Module 5: Working with Managed Metadata
– Creating terms and term sets
– Adding taxonomy fields
– Setting taxonomy field values

Module 6: Working with Users
– Checking user permissions
– Getting user profile properties

Module 7: Working with Search
– Keyword queries

Module 8: JavaScript in Solutions
– JavaScript in farm solutions
– JavaScript in sandbox solutions

Module 9: Working with “Legacy” Services
– Custom WCF services
– SOAP (ASMX) Web services
– SharePoint 2010 REST API (ListData.svc)

If you see the course feel free to comment if you have questions or feedback

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