Leveraging SharePoint 2013 Search REST API for anonymous users allows you to build powerful search-driven solutions. Often, particularly in the early stages of the project, queries might not work as expected. So how do you find out what’s wrong?
Leveraging the Search REST API allows you to build rich search-driven solutions. If you’re not careful however, you might get results other than intended even though everything seems to be working correctly.
Last Saturday I presented on the SharePoint Saturday Holland 2013 on building intelligent websites using SharePoint 2013. Following is the presentation deck from my presentation.
Enabling the Anonymous search results cache can help you improve the performance of your SharePoint 2013 public-facing website using the search-driven publishing model. So how do you ensure that your website is using the Anonymous search results cache?
One of the great capabilities of SharePoint 2013 is the Search REST API. Unfortunately it’s disabled for anonymous users by default. Find out how to enable SharePoint 2013 Search REST API for anonymous users.