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Beginning SharePoint 2013 Development by Donovan Follette, Chris Johnson, Steve Fox

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Answers To Exercises

CHAPTER 1 ANSWERS TO EXERCISES

Exercise 1 Solution

For the end user and the developer, SharePoint is a Web-based collaboration platform for the enterprise and Web. As an end user, you will natively leverage SharePoint to manage your collaborative tasks. As a developer, you will build apps to enhance the end user’s experience to help support different types of scenarios.

Exercise 2 Solution

You can use default SharePoint apps, such as document libraries, lists, and so on. And you can build custom Apps for SharePoint, such as Web parts, event receivers, workflow apps, and so on.

Exercise 3 Solution

Excel Services, Business Connectivity Services, Machine Translation Services, and Access Services are examples.

Exercise 4 Solution

Server-side object model and client-side object model. You use the server-side object model when building applications in SharePoint Server or SharePoint Foundation. You can use the client-side object model for any version of SharePoint.

Exercise 5 Solution

Work through creating a new site collection using the exercises in the chapter to help guide you. Navigate to your SharePoint administration page and click New ⇒ Private Site Collection. Complete the information in the New Site Collection dialog and as you do, ensure you select the Team Site template in the Collaboration tab. Click OK to create, and once created you can click Site Contents to add lists, document libraries, and other apps.

CHAPTER 2 ANSWERS TO EXERCISES

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