Microsoft has been working on a new version of their SharePoint product for over 10 years now. This is the latest iteration of the SharePoint platform and comes with a fresh new look. But what are the benefits of using this new SharePoint version? How will it benefit your business?
We as a SharePoint development company have listed some of the main changes below. SharePoint 2016 is built from the ground up with a mobile first approach this is a major shift from previous versions of SharePoint which were designed with a desktop focus in mind.
The new version of SharePoint is better
It is easier to use, and more intuitive than the old SharePoint. The new SharePoint also makes it easier to create sites and pages for mobile devices. The team has also taken an iterative approach to developing this new SharePoint version.
It is still being developed so you can expect changes to be made to the product in the future. The new SharePoint will work on mobile devices the new SharePoint is much more responsive on mobile devices than previous versions.
You can now use the new SharePoint to create new sites or pages on your mobile device. The new SharePoint also comes with a brand new browser interface, which is also much easier to use than the old one.
The new SharePoint will integrate better with other Office 365 services The new SharePoint will integrate better with other Office 365 services. This includes OneDrive, OneNote, Office Web Apps, Yammer, Skype for Business and others. The new SharePoint will be easier to deploy to users SharePoint 2016 is much easier to deploy to users.
The role of SharePoint development in business
SharePoint development is playing an important role in data management for modern businesses styles. The Microsoft Office 365 platform offers a rich set of features and services that can be used to enhance business processes, increase productivity, and drive digital transformation.
With this in mind, we’ve decided to share some of our best practices and key recommendations on SharePoint development to help you develop a modern business-ready application that meets the needs of your business users.
Understanding SharePoint development
The first thing to understand is that SharePoint development has two major components:
SharePoint apps and custom applications.
Custom applications are built using a combination of server-side code and client-side code. The server-side code runs on the SharePoint server and connects to the database. Client-side code runs on the user’s device and communicates with the server-side code via AJAX calls.
This article focuses on developing SharePoint apps. The good news is that building SharePoint apps is easy and straightforward. However, there are some important things to keep in mind while doing this.
The role of SharePoint development companies
SharePoint development companies are constantly working to make SharePoint features more productive in our businesses. We at Al Rafay Consulting have been looking at ways to improve the User Experience of many SharePoint features and one that we have been working on is the ability for a user to add custom fields to their document libraries.
These custom fields can be used as metadata, as they are called, to help categorize documents. We found that most people do not use the standard metadata features and would much rather have these new custom fields. Customizing a Document Library If you are working with SharePoint 2007 or 2010, the process of customizing a document library is fairly easy.
Al Rafay Consulting (ARC) is one of the best teams of experts in SharePoint development. They are dedicated to provide high quality and cost effective SharePoint services. The SharePoint team at ARC has a vast amount of experience in providing SharePoint development services.
A professional SharePoint developer can easily build a SharePoint Portal or Application within a few days using SharePoint 2013. However, creating custom SharePoint solutions that are more complex takes longer. For more on our services please do not hesitate to contact us.
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