Article 30 from 30 : Licensing your app

This post is article 30 from the 30 Articles App series for SharePoint In this article, I will discuss about Licensing your SharePoint app on office store. When you upload your app on the Office Store for publication, you can choose the terms of the license you want to offer, like offering your app for … Continue reading

ProConnect app wins first place for Most Business Value at spc14 app awards sharepoint

Link to official Press Release at PRweb ProSigma took home two prizes at app awards SharePoint Conference 2014 at Las Vegas with our app ProConnect  winning 1st place in Most Business Value SharePoint category and awarded 2nd place in Most Interesting SharePoint Scenario category. The awards honour innovative and high-quality productivity apps dedicated to enhancing Microsoft … Continue reading

Article 28 from 30 : handling App Upgraded event

This post is article 28 from the 30 Articles App series for SharePoint Web components can also be deployed programmatically using a remote event receiver InstalledEventEndpoint or an UpgradedEventEndpoint. If you are adding components in other than the app web you should also implement an UninstallingEventEndpoint that uninstalls those same components. Handling the app updated event … Continue reading

Article 27 from 30 : updating an app

This post is article 27 from the 30 Articles App series for SharePoint When an app is installed, the SharePoint host environment records the version number for the installed app instance. App catalog sites always track their version number with the Office Store and detect if there is any update is available or not. The … Continue reading

Article 26 from 30 : App authorization

This post is article 26 from the 30 Articles App series for SharePoint In this article I will be discussing about app authorization policies. Like users and groups, an app has its own identity in SharePoint. The authorization process verifies that an authenticated user and/or app has permission to perform certain operations or to access … Continue reading

Article 25 from 30 : App permissions – II

This post is article 25 from the 30 Articles App series for SharePoint In this article, I will discuss more on scope and a few examples for app permissions. an app can have these rights : Read , Write, Manage, FullControl. These rights correspond to the default permission levels: Reader, Contributor, Designer, and Full Control. … Continue reading

Article 24 from 30 : App permissions – I

This post is article 24 from the 30 Articles App series for SharePoint In this article I will be discussing about app permissions. What are they and how does it work. Like users and groups, an app has its own identity in SharePoint. each app in SharePoint is associated with a security principal, called an … Continue reading

Article 20 from 30 : Implementing Cross Domain calls

This post is article 20 from the 30 Articles App series for SharePoint I assume you have read article -19 to understand basic about cross-domain calls in SP Apps. In this article I will discuss about implementing cross-domain communication from an SharePoint app. Let’s get started with placing SP.RequestExecuter.js library ( you can find this … Continue reading

Article 19 from 30 : Understanding Cross Domain calls

This post is article 19 from the 30 Articles App series for SharePoint In this article, I will discuss about Cross-Domain Calls, what are they and how to make it happen for Apps. What is Cross-Domain Call? As the name suggests whenever an app/programme wants to make client-side calls (for example, using JavaScript + XMLHttpRequest) … Continue reading