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I think this is a simple question: How do I deploy projects from Visual Studio to my SharePoint Online site?

I have searched the internet far and wide for a solution and cannot seem to find anything on this. Obviously I am not on a SharePoint server so when i try to create a new SharePoint empty project, I get an error saying it can't find the hive. This makes total sense since. Is there something I missed? Maybe connecting VS to O365?

Additional info (in case you are curious)... I am trying to create an empty project which will then be turned into a Site Page page. I can do this in SP designer no problem but i need to access the code behind (C#).

  • are you talking about the full trust code(solutions) or Add-Ons? – Waqas Sarwar MVP Dec 12 '16 at 16:14
  • I am talking about solutions – IE5Master Dec 12 '16 at 16:25
  • You cant deploy the Solution in SharePoint Online. – Waqas Sarwar MVP Dec 12 '16 at 16:30
  • Interesting. Then how are developers supposed to get custom Web Parts and such to their SharePoint online sites? – IE5Master Dec 12 '16 at 16:33
  • Here are your options for developing sharepoint applications dev.office.com/sharepoint – HarryB Dec 12 '16 at 16:36
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Add-ins are future, You have to work on that. To setup Set up a development environment for SharePoint Add-ins on Office 365 SharePoint Online Development for Office 365

Other hand you can create a sandbox solution locally and test, once done then upload to sharepoint online.Create visual webpart for SharePoint Online

Most technical people working with Office 365 have known that sandbox coMost technical people working with Office 365 have known that sandbox code has been deprecated for some time. This doesn’t mean any sandbox solution is deprecated however – instead, the deprecation specifically refers to code in sandbox solutions, and by that we mean code which uses the server-side API. No

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You won't be able to access the code behind however you can create a SharePoint add-in with Visual Studio and publish that to your SharePoint online site. REST / JSOM can be used in this instance.

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Lot's of wrong things with this question...I don't get why you want to DO SO if you don't have a SP server because THEN it means you CANNOT SO. Same goes for O365 if you don't have a subscription then I am guessing you shouldn't be developing for it? But I could be wrong.

So that said I think the questions here are two:

  1. How do I deploy projects from Visual Studio to my SharePoint Online site? - Here's the holy grail for Solutions https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee330921.aspx It covers local dev and deployment too.
  2. If it's anything else then these are developed differently from ground up see google and here https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/d2tx7z6d.aspx

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