To everyone who is was up to the challenge of attending my Thursday morning SPC14 session on Display Templates and Query Rules, Thank You! Thank You for getting up early on Thursday and most of all, thanks for being the best audience EVER!! I still have a few posts to put together on the details of each demo. If I am missing one you REALLY want to see ping me on Twitter and let me know which one I am missing.
Use this post for your first pass at Display Templates. Introduction to SharePoint 2013 Display Templates
I pulled the Metro Design from the Metro JS project by Drew Greenwell.
Bing Maps REST API: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff701713.aspx
I need to write up a short post on how to get the wiring to work for interacting with SharePoint Display Templates and Hover Panels.
Many of my display templates show presence and I documented this in a blog post: Show Presence in SharePoint Search Results
Update: Blogged as Better Best Bets
Blog Post to Follow
I created this post a while back for demonstrating the User Intent. Create a User Intent Query Rule.
This demo was the end of a much larger demo series, I’ll create a series, but I’ll start with a post on the RegEx query and how the rule designer responds to the results. Blog Post to Follow.
My Office 365 demo did not go well due to network performance. I put together a video that shows your options for deploying your Display Templates and Query Rules. I’ll create a post with the steps soon too.
Thanks to everyone who attended it was fun to present to such a happy audience!
Update: I am adding some links to new posts as I create them. Also, my session was posted on Channel 9.
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