More Findings from reading SharePoint 15 CTP SDK

27 במרץ 2012

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A while ago, Microsoft has released a CTP (Community Tech Preview) version for the SDK (Software Development Kit) of the next version of SharePoint (aka SharePoint 15).
I have already discussed Apps in a previous post, but there’s even more to learn from the new CTP SDK.

Disclaimer: This post is my personal take from browsing through the CTP SDK. This is not an official announcement. All the info this post is based upon is publicly available here: http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/confirmation.aspx?id=28768.

SPPageContentManagerb – Manages all the resource content that may be registered on a SharePoint page, including script files, inline scripts, style files, inline styles, and hidden input fields. Spweb Ensures that the content can be either appropriately placed on a fully-rendered HTML page or correctly transmitted to a browser in the case of a partial page load.

This class must work closely with this new feature:

MdsCompliantAttribute – “Indicates whether the script, style, and field registrations of a class are compliant with the Minimal Download Strategy (MDS) framework.”

So this is an attribute that can be applied to controls (?), that specifies weather or not the control adheres to “Minimal Download Strategy (MDS)”. Googling the phrase “Minimal Download Strategy” took me to this page that explains what MDS is about: “The minimal download strategy will use a single .aspx file (start.aspx) for your pages, with the actual URL encoded in the text following the hashmark (‘#’). When navigating from page to page, only the changes between two compatible pages will be downloaded. Fewer bytes will be downloaded and the page will appear more quickly.
So this is some kind of hardcore AJAX, in which all pages are actually a single page, and switching between pages will only load differences (so the chrome stays fixed). I wonder if this will get the same kind of bad reputation that the (pretty similar) UpdatePanel control from ASP.net has got.

Search from Client OM

New namespace called Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.Search.Query that indicates the Client Object Model now supports using SharePoint’s search.
Up until now we could only use web services to do this. Now we have convenient and familiar object model.
The namespace has classes like Query, KeywordQuery (that inharites from Query), and ResultTable. This is similar to what we know from the server OM.
There’s also a new SearchExecutor class that execute the queries (like ClientContext.Execute).

Looking forward to more interesting stuff in SharePoint 15 🙂

Disclaimer: This post is my personal take from browsing through the CTP SDK. This is not an official announcement. All the info this post is based upon is publicly available here: http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/confirmation.aspx?id=28768.

— My name is Itay Shakury, and I’m a SharePoint Consultant —

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