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You can still use Visual Studio to create SharePoint Apps without requiring SharePoint installed locally. That is a benefit of using the App Model. Get the tools for VS2013 here The only case that would require SharePoint installed would be if you were creating Server side code (which you can't do in SharePoint online anyways) or Sandboxed solutions, which ...


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Yes, You can move it. But one thing you keep in mind if you hard coded the URL in your sites then those will cause the issue and you have to manually adjust it. Couple of options to move it. 1) Moving using the PowerShell tool. Move-Spsite Move-SPSite http://servername.com/sites/sitename -DestinationDatabase ContentDb2 Only catch in this case, you ...


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Office 365 includes all the tools and resources you need to jump in and start building apps: 1) SharePoint Online developer site, customized for creating and testing apps 2) You can install "Napa" Office 365 Development Tools, to create your first apps right within the browser 3) Office Professional Plus 2013 4) Exchange Online When you finish ...



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