In the past you might have built SharePoint Web Parts using jQuery and jQuery plugins loaded from a CDN. Now that the SharePoint Framework is released, here is how you would build your solution as a Client-Side Web Part.
After building SharePoint solutions for a few years I tried building an Office Add-in querying the Office Graph. Here is what I learned.
Today I released the Single Page App version of mavention.com.
Last week we launched recommending mavention.com to our foreign visitors on mavention.nl.
SharePoint 2013 ships with a rich search experience. One part of that experience is providing search query suggestions. Unfortunately those suggestions are not available for anonymous users. So what to do if you want query suggestions on your public facing website?