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Thanks to all who attended the webinar that Dave Coleman (@davecoleman146) and I did today about Single-Page Applications (SPAs) in SharePoint Using SPServices. The webinar was based on my series here of the same name, so if you’re interested in more detail on how I go about building these things, give that a gander. Thanks to Dave for playing the master of ceremonies role as well as typing in English football player names during the demo.
MetaVis is great to sponsor the SharePoint MVP Webinars Series, so a big shout out to them as well.
I’ve ZIPped up the most relevant files from the demo and you can download them here. Several alert viewers pointed out some inconsistencies in the code I showed in the demo, so I’ve done some cleanup. Also note that I’ve included a working version of SPServices named jquery.SPServices-2013.02b. In building up the demo, I found a few more lingering bugs in 2013.02a (for which I am sorely ashamed and will do penance), so this working copy contains fixes for those issues. I will release it shortly, but please do not consider it a released version; it is for demo purposes only.
I’ve also saved the subsite from Office365 into a WSP, which you can also download. I used a vanilla Team Site, so hopefully it can be instantiated relatively easily, though I’ve had some issues with feature mismatch between Office365 and on premises installations in the past.
If you’d like to see the slides, they are posted on SlideShare, embedded below, as is a link to the recording.
Again, thanks to all of you who attended and feel free to post any outstanding questions here and I’ll try to get back to you in a timely manner.