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 Author Chris O'Brien  Views 792 View Original Article

Just like me, many other SharePoint developers have spent the last year or two getting to grips with the SharePoint app model – this was introduced in SharePoint 2013 as a way of building customizations which do NOT run on the SharePoint server. Enhancements built this way can run on a remote machine (e.g. Azure, IIS, whatever) and therefore any stability/performance issues do not affect core SharePoint. If you’re using Office 365 of course, the app model is a big cornerstone of extending the pl…
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