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

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Building a SharePoint-hosted search-driven app

Now that we know how to use the new client-side APIs, how keyword queries work, and the overall idea of apps, let's combine all that knowledge and create a client-side search-driven app.

We mentioned in the previous chapter that the Content Search Web Part is not available in Office 365. What we will build now is a simple content search like web part that will aggregate all the tasks a user has over the entire tenant.

The end result of this section is as follows:

Building a SharePoint-hosted search-driven app

Create task apps (lists)

Create a task app (list) on the Video Games site, and any other sites you may have. Add some tasks that are assigned ...

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