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Beginning SharePoint 2013 Development

ISBN-10: 1118495845
ISBN-13: 9781118495841
Edition: 2013
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Description: Organic compounds containing amino groups are at the center of modern organic chemistry, and are widely used in the pharmaceutical industry, crop protection, natural product chemistry, and in advanced materials. Modern methods for the introduction  More...

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List price: $44.99
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 2/18/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 456
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 0.968
Language: English

Organic compounds containing amino groups are at the center of modern organic chemistry, and are widely used in the pharmaceutical industry, crop protection, natural product chemistry, and in advanced materials. Modern methods for the introduction of the amino group are therefore of major importance to synthetic chemists and product developers. Over the last decade, many methods have been developed to generate new C–N bonds. At the same time, the pharmaceutical and chemical industry was rapidly moving away from the development of racemic compounds to the direct synthesis of enantiomerically pure materials. The articles of this book, written by internationally recognized experts, thus focus on asymmetric synthesis. The most recent catalytic amination methods have particularly revolutionized the chemistry of amino compounds – and you find them all in this first comprehensive overview.

Chris Johnson is a web developer and technology consultant living outside of Madison, Wisconsin. He has been developing websites professionally since 2003 when he got his first paycheck as a freelancer. When he's not developing, he enjoys tinkering with technology and mechanical things, photography, video games, playing hockey and spending time with his wife and their two dogs.

Introduction
Getting Started with SharePoint 2013
Introduction to SharePoint 2013
Getting to Know SharePoint
Defining SharePoint by Function
Defining SharePoint by User
Introducing the User Interface
Introducing the Structure
Addressing the Needs of the Developer
Extending SharePoint 2013
Breaking It Down for Developers
SharePoint 2013: The Platform
SharePoint Installation Types
SharePoint 2013 Capabilities
Site Collections and Sites
SharePoint 2013 APIs
SharePoint Central Administration
Application Management
Monitoring
Security
General Application Settings
System Settings
Backup and Restore
Upgrade and Migration
Configuration Wizard
Apps
Summary
Recommended Reading
Overview of the SharePoint 2013 App Model
SharePoint 2013 App Model
Apps for Office
Apps for SharePoint
Moving to the Cloud
Understanding the Three Apps for SharePoint Deployment Models
SharePoint-Hosted
Autohosted
Provider-Hosted
Summary
Recommended Reading
Developer Tooling for SharePoint 2013
SharePoint Development Across Developer Segments
Web-Based Development in SharePoint
Site Settings
Developing SharePoint Applications Using SharePoint Designer
Developing SharePoint Applications Using Napa
Developing SharePoint Applications Using Visual Studio 2012
Other Tools for SharePoint Development
Developing with Expression Blend
Debugging Using Fiddler
Summary
Recommended Reading
Understanding your Development Options
Application and Solution Types
Common Developer Tasks
Creating Web Parts
Creating SharePoint-Hosted Apps
Working with SharePoint Data
Creating Cloud-hosted Apps
Creating Event Receivers
Creating ASPX Pages
Creating Master Pages
Summary
Recommended Reading
Overview of Windows Azure for SharePoint
Defining the Cloud
Defining Windows Azure
Windows Azure Platform
Data Layer
Services Layer
Integration Layer
Developing Windows Azure Applications
SharePoint and Windows Azure
Understanding SharePoint Clouds-Hosted Apps and Windows Azure
Creating a Simple Autohosted SharePoint App
Summary
Recommended Reading
Fundamental SharePoint 2013 Development Building Blocks
Developing, Integrating, and Building Applications in SharePoint 2013
Development Models Available in SharePoint 2013
Application Integration Options in SharePoint 2013
User Interface Integration
Events and Logic Integration
Data Integration
Summary
Recommended Reading
Packaging and Deploying SharePoint 2013 Apps
Anatomy of an App
Manifest and Assets
SharePoint Solution Package
Web Deploy Package
Database Package
Packaging and Publishing an App
Packaging an App
Private Publishing in an App Catalog
Deploying an App
SharePoint-Hosted App Deployment
Provider-Hosted App Deployment
Autohosted App Deployment
Summary
Recommended Reading
Distributing SharePoint 2013 Apps
Publishing Apps in the SharePoint Store
Creating a Client ID and Secret
Pricing and Licensing Apps
Submitting Apps
Getting Apps Validated
Application Life Cycle
Using Seller Dashboard Metrics
Upgrading Apps
Summary
Recommended Reading
Overview of the Client-Side Object Model and Rest Apis
Introducing Remote APIs in SharePoint 2013
Client-Side Object Model (CSOM) Basics
Managed Code (.NET)
Setup
Querying
JavaScript
Setup
Querying
Security and Cross-Domain Calls
Windows Phone
Setup
Querying
REST and OData
Getting Started with REST and OData
Filtering and Selecting
Creating, Updating, and Deleting
Client-Side Object Model API Coverage
Summary
Recommended Reading
Overview of Oauth in SharePoint 2013
Introduction to OAuth
OAuth in SharePoint 2013
Creating and Managing Application Identities
Application Authentication
App and User Context in API Calls
Managing Tokens in Your Application
Application Authorization
Requesting Permissions Dynamically
App-Only Policy
On-Premises App Authentication with S2S
Summary
Recommended Reading
Advanced Developer Topics in SharePoint 2013
Developing Integrated Apps for Office and SharePoint Solutions
The New App Model for Office
The Office JavaScript Object Model
Document-based Apps
Functional Capabilities by Office Client
Mailbox-based Apps
App Security
Integrating Apps for Office with SharePoint
Standalone Apps for Office
Apps for Office Integrated with an App for SharePoint
Summary
Recommended Reading
Remote Event Receivers in SharePoint 2013
Introducing Remote Event Receivers
App-level Life-cycle Remote Event Receivers
Summary
Recommended Reading
Building Line-Of-Business Solutions Using Business Connectivity Services
Business Connectivity Services in SharePoint 2013
BCS in Apps for SharePoint
Building a BCS-enabled Business Solution
Summary
Recommended Reading
Developing Applications Using Office Services
WOPI and the New Office Web Apps Server
What's New in Excel Services
Word Automation Services and the New PowerPoint Automation Services
The New Machine Translation Services
What's New in Access Services
Summary
Recommended Reading
Developing Workflow Applications For SharePoint 2013
Introducing Workflow Manager
The Big New Features for SharePoint Designer
Visio Professional, SharePoint Designer, and Workflow
Workflow and Visual Studio
Workflow in Apps for SharePoint
Summary
Recommended Reading
Answers to Exercises
Index

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