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Using the Representational State Transfer (REST) interface provided by SharePoint
a feature that enables you to define common structure and interface markup elements for your Web site, including headers, footers, style definitions, or navigation bars. The master …
General technical questions about the SharePoint Framework client-side development model.
a piece of managed code that responds to SharePoint events when specific triggering actions occur on a SharePoint object.
used to build and customize Web sites based on SharePoint Team Services from Microsoft.
the SharePoint equivalent of Excel formulae. They allow you display values that are calculated from the values of one or more other columns. These calculations can be made using…
Use the JSOM to retrieve, update, and manage data in SharePoint.
responsible for synchronising user data to and from SharePoint to identity stores such as Active Directory, LDAP and many others.
used for questions relating to incoming and outgoing e-mail
the part of graphic design that deals in the arrangement and style treatment of elements (content) on a page.
A filter in SharePoint usually refers to a mechanism that limits the items displayed by the criteria provided.
generally considered the menu elements (top navigation bar, quick launch, bread crumbs, etc) and the links contained therein. Navigation is one aspect of Informaiton Archi…
You can use a calendar list to store team events, including meetings, social events, and all-day events.
a commercial spreadsheet application, which can be integrated with SharePoint.
SharePoint 2010 comes with an enhanced mechanism for managing your enterprise contents in SharePoint portal. Managed metadata refers to organizing your SharePoint contents so that they are easily cat…
a Microsoft technology primarily for managing multiple Windows servers and workstations in a single environment. It was first released in 2000.
In the context of SharePoint a document refers to a computer file, usually stored in a SharePoint library.
Technical questions about building and using web parts based on the SharePoint Framework client-side development model.
Validation the identity of the user, usually with username and password authentication.
where you own the servers and install SharePoint on them and manage it.
a jQuery library which abstracts SharePoint's Web Services and makes them easier to use.
a Web Part that displays a dynamic set of items based on a query that you build by using a Web browser. You use the query to specify which items are displayed, and you can set present…
A form on a web page allows a user to enter data that is sent to a server for processing. Forms resemble paper or database forms because web users fill out the forms using checkboxes, radio buttons, o…
SharePoint Central Administration (the CA) is a web application that typically exists on a single server in the farm.
a collection of users either in the Active Directory or in SharePoint.
A full-featured version of SharePoint Search Services available in the Enterprise edition.
set of functionality that can be turned on at a particular scope level