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for questions completely specific to the MS-provided SharePoint Cloud Service (Office 365's SharePoint Online/BPOS)
For questions completely specific to all editions of SharePoint 2013 and **not past or future versions**
All commercial releases of SharePoint. Excludes free license versions of SharePoint.
For questions completely specific to SharePoint 2010 and **not past or future versions**
the Microsoft product "SharePoint Server".
a specialized HTML editor and web design freeware for creating or modifying Microsoft SharePoint sites and web pages.
a dynamic computer programming language, most commonly used as part of web browsers, whose implementations allow client-side scripts to interact with the user, control the browser, commu…
SharePoint workflow refers to the automation of a business process by step by step execution of steps. In many cases the workflow instances have indeterminate delays and overall duration due to the ne…
the platform for all products in the SharePoint family. It contains all of the core functionality and architecture drawn on by the commercial versions of the package, but is f…
The process of developing software, including requirements gathering, solution design and analysis, implementation, testing, deployment, support and maintenance.
ASP.NET controls that can be added to web part zones. They are generally distributed through the deployment of .WSP files. Pre-2013, they could be developed off the hosting server. Wi…
Microsoft's task automation framework, consisting of a command-line shell and associated scripting language built on top of, and integrated with the .NET Framework. PowerShell pr…
Use a document library to store, organize, sync, and share documents with people. You can use co-authoring, versioning, and check out to work on documents together. With your documents in one place.
Office 365 primarily denotes a set of subscription based software services that require monthly or periodic payment of fees to Microsoft Corporation.
an XML-based toolset of electronic forms software that integrates with SharePoint 2007 and later and Office applications. In 2014 it has been announced that InfoPath will no long…
for questions completely specific to SharePoint 2007 and **not past or future versions**
The REST (Representational State Transfer) interface in provides access to lists and libraries as a relational data service. A core concept of any RESTful interface is the resource, and in SharePoint …
This workflow is/ should be done by using SharePoint Designer. There are only a few ootb statements, new one have to be designed, with and without use of Visual Studio.
The client-side object model (CSOM) provides access to a subset of the SharePoint Foundation server object model, including core objects such as site collections, sites, lists, and list items and allo…
a reusable collection of columns and settings that can be applied to a certain category of SharePoint content
a blank list in which you can add your own columns and views. Use this if none of the built-in list types are similar to the list you want to make.
For questions completely specific to SharePoint 2016 and **not past or future versions**
is the listing of results returned by a search engine in response to a keyword query
Using the Representational State Transfer (REST) interface provided by SharePoint
General technical questions about the SharePoint Framework client-side development model.
the abbreviation for Cascading Style Sheets. CSS is a language used to control the presentation (including colors, layout, and fonts) of HTML and XHTML documents.
a SharePoint list column that retrieves its available values from another column within another list in the SharePoint site.