SharePoint 2013 Search contains rich capabilities that help you find the relevant content. What if however you already know what you are looking for and just want to get a link to it?
Although the Client-Side Object Model offers you rich capabilities, there are scenarios when you might need to leverage the SharePoint REST API instead. Find out how to leverage SharePoint REST API in provider-hosted apps.
When working with search-driven solutions there are scenarios that require creating custom Managed Properties. Unfortunately SharePoint doesn’t offer an easy way of keeping track of those custom Managed Properties. Find out how to get a list of all custom Managed Properties.
Remote Event Receivers allow you to integrate your apps with SharePoint by handling events that occur in SharePoint. There are however a few things you should keep in mind before you start working with them.
Even though the App Model doesn’t support deploying declarative artifacts to host web, did you know that you could deploy Custom Actions using the App Model?