Just a quick note for everyone who is looking for the ‘Cloud Business App’ project template in the new Visual Studio 2013 Preview: It was demoed at the Build Conference but is not yet included in the preview version. It will be included in a later version of Visual Studio. (Source: comment by David Carmona)… Read more »
Posts Tagged: HTML5
In this series of blog posts, I want to give you an overview on the most notable new features for support of mobile devices in SharePoint 2013.
On July 16th 2012, Microsoft has released the preview versions of the 2013 edition of its office products.
With HTML5 on the rise, there also grows the need for good debugging tools. Three of the newer additions to the web developer’s debugging toolset are error.stack, websocket frame inspection and breakpoints for dynamic web worker threads.
Debugging Offline Web applications can be hard, because you have to make sure you really are using the current version of your files. If the manifest file is not changed, the browser will not reload the other files, even if they have been changed. So a good advice is to create some automated build script that… Read more »
Most of this new HTML5 stuff is still work in progress. And you can feel that sometimes, when you try the implementations in the different browsers. For example, try to delete the cache of an Offline Web application: iOS The only way to be sure it’s deleted is: Open the Safari settings Clear your cache (“Clear… Read more »
Introduction By providing a manifest file to the browser, you can specify which files should be available for offline usage, which files always have to be fetched form the internet and you can define fallback resources (what to use when the online ressources are not available). This is not only good for Offline Applications, you can also… Read more »
Access to your business information: anytime, anywhere and from any device. There lies great potential in mobile applications for SharePoint and a big opportunity for you as a developer! Microsoft has sold more than 125 million SharePoint licenses to over 65,000 customers. And Tim Cook gave us the following number last week: “92% of the Fortune 500 companies… Read more »