Building Rich Interactive Forms

In the previous chapter we walked you through a step-by-step guide on how to use the new search-driven content capabilities. In this chapter we demonstrate how you can build feature-rich forms on SharePoint 2013 that leverage the new client-side enhanced APIs. We continue to make use of the Twitter Bootstrap framework; in this scenario we integrate with SharePoint 2013 some of Bootstrap's built in components such as the Typeahead, which provides autocomplete functionality, in addition to the built-in CSS styles that we apply to our form. We also make use of several open source jQuery plug-ins to handle ...

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