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.
SharePoint 2013 Search allows you to easily find the content that you are looking for unless you’re looking for pages with Friendly URLs in the list view.
On your public-facing website consider enabling the anonymous search REST API to publish your content to other channels such as topic sites and mobile apps.
In this post you will learn step-by-step how to build a companion Windows Store app for your public-facing website built with SharePoint 2013.
When building content aggregations with users’ information Content Search Web Part publishes account names in page source.