SharePoint Online (W14) Development and Extensibility

Report
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SharePoint
Microsoft
Online:
Extensibility and Customization
Howard Crow | Principal Group Program Manager | Microsoft Corporation
Rob Howard | Program Manager II | Microsoft Corporation
Developer Experience
Sandbox Solutions
Modern APIs
Agenda
• Overview of Microsoft® SharePoint® Online development
• The power user and/or designer
− In-browser customizations
− SharePoint Designer 2010: no-code solutions
• The developer
− Sandboxed solutions
− Client object model
− Microsoft Silverlight®
• Summary/resources
• DEMOs throughout – this is a ‘show me’ session
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SharePoint Online Development
Extensibility
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MSDN SharePoint Online Resource Center
On Day One … The Power User
Build out master pages
Edit page layouts
Add and customize OOTB web parts
Add lightweight Silverlight (.XAP) widgets
Embed jQuery code within Content Editor web parts
Easily switch among OOTB themes, or import new using
Microsoft Office PowerPoint® to design
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Demo: Simple customization
in the browser
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SharePoint Designer:
No-code Workflows,
Master Pages &
Branding/Theming
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SharePoint Designer 2010 &
SharePoint Online
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Create and connect to data internal to SharePoint
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Create templates, data views, forms, dashboards, and mashups
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Design custom workflows to manage business processes
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New features in SharePoint Designer 2010
− Full-screen workflow designer, reusable workflows, Task Designer
(for human workflow)
− Powerful data views with new XSLT List View web part
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− Save lists, workflows, and sites as solution files (WSP)
Seamlessly integrate with other tools
− Use with in-browser customizations
− Hand off templates to Microsoft Visual Studio® 2010
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− Integrate with Microsoft InfoPath® forms and Visio-authored workflows
Easily manage SharePoint Designer in your organization
− Restrict who can detach pages from the site definition
− Restrict who can edit master page and page layouts
− Restrict who can edit files in URL site hierarchy
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− Prevent SharePoint Designer 2010 from editing sites
It's FREE!
− Can be downloaded for free and used with any SharePoint 2010 site
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“No Server Code” Site Solutions
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XSLT-based list views
Reusable declarative workflows
Silverlight web part
Client object model
REST list APIs
Custom actions in the database
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Demo: “No Server Code”
Solutions
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Sandboxed Solutions
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The Sandbox
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Microsoft Visual Studio® 2010
Development for SharePoint Online
Develop, test, and deploy
Web part, workflow designers
Package and deploy SharePoint projects as WSPs
Broad SharePoint support
Web Part Designer
Support for SharePoint sandboxed solutions; sandbox
is the default project type.
Import WSP from SharePoint Designer,
including workflow
Build workflow steps for SharePoint Designer
Extensibility for development of additional
SharePoint artifacts
Build out Silverlight projects (.XAP) for use with
Silverlight web part
Project Types
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Sandbox Architecture
FRONT END
BACK END
Execution Wrapper
Host Service
(Inside Application Pool)
IIS
(W3WP.EXE)
(SPUCHostService.exe)
Worker Process
(SPUCWorkerProcess.exe)
Untrusted Code
Subset Object Model
Proxy Process
(SPUCWorkerProcessProxy.exe)
Full Object Model
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The Solution Gallery
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Solution Examples
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Link to the online SharePoint 2010 SDK:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/enus/library/ee557253(office.14).aspx
Namespaces and Types in Sandboxed Solutions:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/enus/library/ee537860(office.14).aspx
Code components:
− Event & Feature receivers
− Navigation
− Web parts
− InfoPath forms logic
− SharePoint Designer workflow activities
Declarative components:
− Declarative workflows
− Content types, site columns
− Lists and list definitions
− Non-visual web parts
− Custom actions, ribbon extensions
− Client-side technologies
− Web templates, site pages, page layouts, and master pages
What’s not supported from the Sandbox:
− No access to Internet to make web service calls
− No access to a hard drive to read/write files; you can read/write to lists/libraries
− No web application-scoped features, no farm-scoped features
− Cannot add assemblies to the GAC
− Cannot run security-related functionality (RunWithElevatedPriviledges, SPSecurity methods, etc.)
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Demo: Sandboxed
Solutions Online
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Client Object Model
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The Client Object Model
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Using the Client Object Model
ECMAScriptControls and Logic
Browser
ECMAScript OM
Proxy
Proxy
Managed OM
JSON Response
Server
OM
XML Request
XML Request
JSON Response
Client.svc
Content
database
Managed Client
Managed Controls and Logic
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SharePoint
Server in
SPOnline
Supported Areas
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Site collections and sites
Lists, list items, views, and list schemas
Files and folders
Web, list, and list item property bags
Web parts
Security
Content types
Site templates and site collection operations
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Demo: Client Object Model
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Silverlight
 Silverlight provides the opportunity for developers to create the next generation of
Rich Internet Applications (RIAs). SharePoint Online integrates closely with Microsoft
Silverlight to enable you to build compelling user interfaces that interact with
SharePoint Online data
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Demo:
Silverlight Online
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Extensibility Overview
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Summary
• No-server-code solutions are simple and powerful
• Developers/ISVs can write custom server code for
hosted environments with Sandboxed Solutions
• Client object model allows remote solutions to
interact with SharePoint objects
• Greater than the sum of their parts:
− Sandbox + Silverlight + ClientOM
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Question & Answer
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Resources
• Main SharePoint Online marketing site:
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− http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/en-us/SharePointOnline/Pages/default.aspx
Primary Office 365 marketing site:
− http://www.office365.com
− Trials, 100-200 level customer-facing info
− Contains info about BPOS suite and SPO
− 30-Day trial
SharePoint Online developer resource center (MSDN):
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=203983
SharePoint Online Administration resource center (TechNet):
http://technet.microsoft.com/sharepoint/gg144571.aspx
‘Help and How-to’ for SharePoint Online (Office.com):
http://office.microsoft.com/redir/FX102052854.aspx
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Appendix: Depth Slides on
How Sandboxed Solutions
Run
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Sandbox Architecture
FRONT END
BACK END
Execution Wrapper
Host Service
(Inside Application Pool)
IIS
(W3WP.EXE)
(SPUCHostService.exe)
Worker Process
(SPUCWorkerProcess.exe)
Untrusted Code
Subset Object Model
SubsetModel
Request
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Proxy Process
(SPUCWorkerProcessProxy.exe)
Full Object Model
Sandbox Architecture
FRONT END
BACK END
Execution Wrapper
Host Service
(Inside Application Pool)
IIS
(W3WP.EXE)
(SPUCHostService.exe)
Worker Process
(SPUCWorkerProcess.exe)
Untrusted Code
Subset Object Model
Full-Model
Request
Proxy Process
(SPUCWorkerProcessProxy.exe)
Full Object Model
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Sandbox Architecture
FRONT END
BACK END
Execution Wrapper
Host Service
(Inside Application Pool)
(SPUCHostService.exe)
Worker Process
IIS
(W3WP.EXE)
(SPUCWorkerProcess.exe)
Untrusted Code
Run for
30sec
Subset Object Model
Resource
Wasting Call
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Proxy Process
(SPUCWorkerProcessProxy.exe)
Full Object Model
Full-Trust Proxy
Worker Process
(SPUCWorkerProcess.exe)
Proxy Process
(SPUCWorkerProcessProxy.exe)
Untrusted Code
Fully Trusted Code
SPProxyOperationsArgs
SPUtility
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SPProxyOperationsArgs
SPProxyOperation
Secured
Resource

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