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Learning Search-driven Application Development with SharePoint 2013 by Johnny Tordgeman

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Building a simple search-driven application

With all the theory we just discussed, it's time to put the wheels in motion. With the knowledge we gained so far in this chapter, we can build a simple search-driven application that will use query rules to react to users' intentions.

First, let's get our infrastructure in order and create two new sites as follows:

  • A team site called Video Games Center that will host the content for our search-driven application
  • A search center site that we will use to create the search logic on

Adding content

In order to show search results, we first need something to search for. Let's follow the ensuing steps to pour some content into our newly added team site:

  1. Navigate to the newly added team site and add the following ...

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