A while ago I published an [article about issues in SharePoint 2013 when trying to programmatically work with Managed Navigation and anonymous users](http://blog.mastykarz.nl/inconvenient-programmatically-working-managed-navigation-anonymous-users/). For those of you who prefer watching over reading the article has been made available as a video. The guys from Webucator
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
SharePoint 2013 offers rich API for interacting with Managed Navigation. Unfortunately, some additional work is required if you need to use it with anonymous users. Managed Navigation in SharePoint 2013 One of the new capabilities of SharePoint 2013 is Managed Navigation. Using the Managed Metadata Service it allows you to
Content recommendations are a great way of increasing exposure of your content. And although they just work out of the box, there is a little inconvenience when using them on a website with subwebs. Content recommendations in SharePoint 2013 One of the great capabilities of SharePoint 2013 are content recommendations.
When inserting a link from SharePoint in Rich Text Editor SharePoint uses the physical URL of the selected page in the hyperlink even if that page has a Friendly URL configured. When working with Managed Navigation, SharePoint 2013 allows you to specify Friendly URLs for your webpages. With Friendly URLs