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? Custom Actions in SharePoint 2013 Custom Actions offer you a great way to extend capabilities of the SharePoint platform. The possibilities span the
In the previous articles of this series we looked at working with [Site Columns, Content Types](http://blog.mastykarz.nl/programmatically-creating-site-columns-content-types-app-model/) and [Lists](http://blog.mastykarz.nl/programmatically-working-lists-libraries-app-model/) using the App Model. In this article we will look at leveraging the App Model to deploy Publishing Pages and Web Parts.
In [the previous article](http://blog.mastykarz.nl/programmatically-creating-site-columns-content-types-app-model/) we discussed how to leverage the new App Model for provisioning Site Columns and Content Types. In this article we will look into working with Lists and Libraries. Creating Lists and Libraries In order to create a List or a Library
SharePoint 2013 introduces new App Model for building customizations for the SharePoint platform. The new App Model can be used for building apps but also in structured in repeatable deployments. Learn how to leverage the new App Model for working with Site Columns and Content Types. Creating Site Columns When