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JavaScript deep-dive for SharePoint Developers

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JavaScript deep-dive for SharePoint Developers
Most of the SharePoint developers today are excellent server side .NET developers but lack the required JavaScript skills to make the transition to more client-side development. This course will teach SharePoint developers everything they need to know about JavaScript. You will learn about the JavaScript libraries most useful within SharePoint and Office 365 like jQuery, AngularJS and Breeze.js. Furthermore you will get the necessary guidelines how to integrate them within your SharePoint development.
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Author: U2U Training

Course Duration: 3 Days


About This Course

This three-day instructor-led course is intended for Experienced Microsoft SharePoint developers who want to be able to create client-side applications and/or SharePoint add-ins using JavaScript. In the course, students learn the basics and potential pitfalls of JavaScript and jQuery. They are also introduced to the SharePoint app model and to the JavaScript Clientside Object Model. Students leard how to communicate with SharePoint using REST and OAuth. Also, JSLink is introduced as a way to customize SharePoint rendering. Finally, some popular JavaScript libraries are presented and used within a SharePoint context: Angular.js, Breeze.js.

Audience Profile

This course is intended for experienced SharePoint developers with limited to intermediate JavaScript experience. They should be familiar with common SharePoint terminology.

At Course Completion

  • Write basic JavaScript
  • Write JavaScript functions
  • Use some advanced JavaScript patterns like Module and Class
  • Use new features introduced with the ECMASCRIPT 5 standard
  • Query and Manipulate the DOM and respond to DOM events using JQuery
  • Create a SharePoint add-in
  • Use JSOM to communicate with SharePoint
  • Use REST to communicate with SharePoint, optionally using OAuth for authentication
  • Use JSLink to customize how SharePoint renders parts of the interface
  • Have an understanding of what Breeze.js can do within a SharePoint context
  • Write a Single Page Application using Angular.js within SharePoint