Working with Managed Properties in Search-driven publishing scenarios

SharePoint 2013 does great job configuring things for you in search-driven publishing scenarios but there are a few things you should keep in mind to save yourself trouble. Search-driven publishing One of the great improvements delivered with SharePoint 2013 is search-driven publishing. The idea behind it is, that once content

mavention.com Single Page App is live

Today I released the Single Page App version of mavention.com. This November on the SharePoint Connect 2014 conference I will be presenting a session about building SharePoint 2013 portals and public-facing websites using the Single Page App (SPA) approach. To show you, that it’s all not smoke and

Inconvenient getting a specific item using SharePoint 2013 Search

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? More than just search SharePoint 2013 Search is an enterprise-class search engine. It contains advanced language and

Speaking at SharePoint Connect 2014

At the upcoming SharePoint Connect 2014 I will be speaking on building SharePoint 2013 portals and public-facing websites using the Single Page App approach. Modern web supports modern solutions. Lately we’ve been seeing more and more shift towards leveraging dynamic web technologies for building rich experiences. Single Page Applications

WCM tip #34: URLs between catalog items are rewritten to work correctly across all publishing channels

When working with catalogs and cross-site publishing SharePoint 2013 automatically rewrites links between catalog items so that those links work wherever the catalog is published. SharePoint 2013 introduces the cross-site content publishing model, where one or more catalogs located somewhere in your environment can be published on one or more