Working with Managed Properties in Search-driven publishing scenarios

SharePoint 2013 does great job configuring things for you in search-driven publishing scenarios but there are a few things you should keep in mind to save yourself trouble. Search-driven publishing One of the great improvements delivered with SharePoint 2013 is search-driven publishing. The idea behind it is, that once content Single Page App is live

Today I released the Single Page App version of 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

Inconvenient Content Targeting with User Segments in Search REST API

Content Targeting with User Segments just works with Content Search Web Parts but some additional work is needed if you want to leverage it with the Search REST API. Content Targeting with User Segments in SharePoint 2013 One of the great capabilities of SharePoint 2013 Search is Content Targeting with

Debugging setting properties in anonymous Search REST queries

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? SharePoint 2013 Search REST API for anonymous users SharePoint 2013

Inconvenient Search REST API for anonymous users

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. SharePoint 2013 Search REST for anonymous users Previously I wrote about the steps required to allow anonymous