Asp.net Web Api, CSOM, Iphone Swift, SharePoint 2013, Visual Studio 2013, Xcode

[ios][SharePoint]-Upload Image to SharePoint from IPhone App using Swift and ASP.NET WebApi


This article will show some simple steps to upload a picture, document to SharePoint Library using XCode Swift, Asp.net Web api. I will create Native IPhone app using swift language and another app will be asp.net mvc web api to receive images with other information and upload to SharePoint. Both the project are uploaded on below link.
Iphone Project   , Open in the Xcode and Build.
Asp.net Web Api – Project..   Host the Web Application on IIS and published.
I have used the below link to get help to create Iphone native app using swift language, very simple and helpful to create Iphone App.
Image upload example with Swift To Create From Scratch
Below is the Simple example to createWeb Api.
Tutorial How to Create Asp.net Web Api To Create from scratch.

We just need to edit the url of the web api, once the web api receive the request from IPhone app, it will save file locally, than call another function to read image convert and upload to SharePoint 2013.

let myUrl = NSURL(string: http://Webserver/UploadFilesWebApi/api/fileupload/uploadfile”);

I guess it will little helpful for the readers because I didnt find any tutorial to upload from iphone to SharePoint. Below I have mentioned some screen shot.s

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Angular, CSOM, Material Design, Polyer, polymer, SharePoint 2013, Sharepoint2010, Visual Studio 2013, WorkFlow

Develop Polymer material with Share Point 2013 Binding Polymer Template with Share Point 2013 using CSOM,


In this blog I am going to merge Polymer Template through Angular JS Framework with SharePoint List. I am new to polymer and as well as on angular js but it is pretty much cool ready made stuff :).

You just need to have some knowledge of SharePoint to complete this simple example. I have shared the source code below just upload to SharePoint Library (Add one List Area) and run the page.
For More Knowledge (Polymer)
For More Knowledge (Angular)
For More Knowledge (SharePoint CSOM)

In this demo I will use the below Polymer template. Polymer elements are based on the set of htmls files libraries which are need to be import on the page. On the back end polyer html pages used the JS and CSS. There is a folder of libraries which we need to put in our root folder. When I tried to copy the Libraries folder in my sharepoint desiger page it block due to jason files. Actually JSON files are objects of array for tutorial of polymer, In our databinding we dont need any hard coded JSON files.

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We Just create a Single Folder in my site .
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Create a Single aspx Page, in which we will add our Angulr JS, SharPoint JS Api’s and design it using Polymer core elements. I name it as TestPolymer.aspx
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I removed all the json files because SPD dont allow to copy the JSON files, These jason files are used in as a data source in the polymer template. So now we copy and paste that libraries inside our SampleTest Folder which we created above. We will create another JS file for angular and we named it as app.js.(we will put our module, controller inside).

WE will also copy the angular.js file to work with the angular framework. So far our folder will be look like .

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Below our blank page.

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  • Import Polymer libraries on our page. Libraries folder I mentioned above and shared in the OneDrive to just copy and paste in the aspx page folder.
  • Import all the Polyer Script, jquery file, angular.js file and I add CSS for our views.

<!–importing the anguar Script and the Libraries of the Polyer –>

<!–Start –>

http://./Libraries/webcomponentsjs/webcomponents.js/
http://./Libraries/webcomponentsjs/jquery-1.9.1.js
/_layouts/15/init.js
http://./Libraries/webcomponentsjs/MicrosoftAjax.js
<link href=”./Libraries/core-toolbar/core-toolbar.html” rel=”import” />
<link rel=”import” href=”./Libraries/core-header-panel/core-header-panel.html” />
<link href=”./Libraries/core-icon/core-icon.html” rel=”import” />
<link rel=”import” href=”./Libraries/paper-icon-button/paper-icon-button.html” />
<link href=”./Libraries/core-icon-button/core-icon-button.html” rel=”import” />
<link rel=”import” href=”./Libraries/paper-tabs/paper-tab.html” />
<link rel=”stylesheet” href=”./Libraries/core-animated-pages/core-animated-pages.css” />
<link rel=”import” href=”./Libraries/core-animated-pages/core-animated-pages.html” />
<link href=”./Libraries/polymer/polymer.html” rel=”import” />
<!–Polyer Import End –>
<!– SharePoint Libraries –>
/_layouts/15/sp.core.js
/_layouts/15/sp.runtime.js
/_layouts/15/sp.js
/_layouts/15/core.js
<!– angular js  –>
http://./angular.js
<!– our js file for declaring controller and directive –>
http://app.js

Add the html part of the body.
<body fullbleed vertical layout unresolved> <!– use fullbleed attribute to specify the body should fill the viewport –>
<template is=”auto-binding” ng-controller=”SampleTestController”> <!– This is our Template which will repeate its child , I also attached this with my Controller Defined in app.js file–>
<core-toolbar class=”medium-tall”> <!–This is our toolbar for header–>
<core-icon-button icon=”{{$.pages.selected != 0 ? ‘arrow-back’ : ‘menu’}}” on-tap=”{{back}}”></core-icon-button> <!–This icon button will call funciton on tap or on click–>
<span id=”axix” style=”color:white”> You Name</span><!– Simply for header–>

Test Result Result

<core-icon-button on-tap=”{{backs}}”><img src=”http://dev:35897/myiner/logo.png&#8221; /></core-icon-button><!–you can put any logo here for your company as i did–>
</core-toolbar> <!–toobar ends–>
<!– core element of Polyer which will show the boxes on the page–>
<!– I will fetch data from SharPEoint and put in Array name items and pass this array to the template inside–>
<core-animated-pages id=”pages” flex selected=”0″ on-core-animated-pages-transition-end=”{{transitionend}}” transitions=”cross-fade-all hero-transition”>
<section vertical layout>

{{item.name}}

</template>
</div>
</div>
</section>
<template repeat=”{{item in items}}”>
<section vertical layout>

{{item.name}}

Interviewer Detail

</section>
</template>
</core-animated-pages>
</template>
</body>
Now the Javascript Part.
‘use strict’;
var currentUser;
var serverUrl = “http://siteurl/&#8221;;
var taskListItem = ”;
var collListItem = ”;
var items = [];
var itemsx = [];
//I m using the Jquery on ready function to load the SharEOoint List and add them in the array.
//Two function to load user and to get data from list.
//we can also create a controller or module dependency in the anguar and load them first

$(document).ready(function () {
ExecuteOrDelayUntilScriptLoaded(getuser, “sp.js”);
ExecuteOrDelayUntilScriptLoaded(loadlist, “sp.js”);
});
//This is my Load List and Add them in Array itemx.
function loadlist() {
console.log(“load me first”);
var context = new SP.ClientContext(“http://dev:35897&#8221;);
var web = context.get_web();
var myList = web.get_lists().getByTitle(“Area”);
var camlQuery = new SP.CamlQuery();
camlQuery.set_viewXml(‘<View><Query><Where><Gt><FieldRef Name=”ID”/><Value Type=”Counter”>1</Value></Gt></Where></Query><ViewFields><FieldRef Name=”Title” /></ViewFields></View>”‘);
collListItem = myList.getItems(camlQuery);
context.load(collListItem);
context.executeQueryAsync(getInterviewSuccessfully, “failer”);
}
function getInterviewSuccessfully(sender, args) {
var listItemInfo = ”;
var listItemEnumerator = collListItem.getEnumerator();
var str = ”;
var strg = ”;
var count = 0;
while (listItemEnumerator.moveNext()) {
var oListItem = listItemEnumerator.get_current();
count++;
items.push({
name: oListItem.get_item(‘Title’),
snippet: oListItem.get_item(‘Title’),
age: oListItem.get_item(‘ID’),

});

}
//console.log(items);
}
//This is my function to loa user.
function getuser() {
var context = new SP.ClientContext(serverUrl);
var web = context.get_web();
currentUser = web.get_currentUser();
context.load(currentUser);
context.executeQueryAsync(  //submit query to the server
function () {
$(“#axix”).text(currentUser.get_loginName().split(“\\”)[1]);
},
function (sender, args) {
alert(‘Request failed. \nError: ‘ + args.get_message() + ‘\nStackTrace: ‘ + args.get_stackTrace());
}
);

}

//Angular Part.
//Defining the module
var SampleTestApp = angular.module(‘SampleTestAppModule’, []);
SampleTestApp.controller(‘SampleTestController’, function ($scope, $http) {
$scope.itemsx = [];
$scope.FillAreas = function () {
var context = new SP.ClientContext(“http://dev:35897&#8221;);
var web = context.get_web();
var myList = web.get_lists().getByTitle(“Area”);
var camlQuery = new SP.CamlQuery();
camlQuery.set_viewXml(‘<View><Query><Where><Gt><FieldRef Name=”ID”/><Value Type=”Counter”>1</Value></Gt></Where></Query><ViewFields><FieldRef Name=”Title” /></ViewFields></View>”‘);
collListItem = myList.getItems(camlQuery);
context.load(collListItem);
context.executeQueryAsync($scope.getInterviewSuccessfully, “failer”);
}

$scope.getInterviewSuccessfully = function (sender, args) {
var listItemInfo = ”;

var listItemEnumerator = collListItem.getEnumerator();

var str = ”;
var strg = ”;
var count = 0;
while (listItemEnumerator.moveNext()) {
var oListItem = listItemEnumerator.get_current();
count++;
$scope.itemsx.push({
name: oListItem.get_item(‘Title’),
snippet: oListItem.get_item(‘Title’),
age: count,
});

}

console.log($scope.itemsx)
}
function errorHandlerArea(sender, args) {
alert(‘Request failed111. ‘ + args.get_message());
}
$scope.FillAreas2 = function () {
addEventListener(‘template-bound’, function (e) {
var scope = e.target;
scope.items = items;//axix();
scope.selectView = function (e) {
var i = e.target.templateInstance.model.item.age;
this.$.pages.selected = i + 1;
}
scope.back = function () {
this.lastSelected = this.$.pages.selected;
console.log(this.lastSelected);
this.$.pages.selected = 0;
}
scope.transitionend = function () {
if (this.lastSelected) {
this.lastSelected = null;
}
}
});

}
$scope.FillAreas2();

});

//Simple function which defined the jason object to deubg.

function axix() {

var x = [
{
‘name’: ‘Nexus S’,
‘snippet’: ‘Fast just got faster with Nexus S.’,
‘age’: 1
},
{
‘name’: ‘Motorola XOOM™ with Wi-Fi’,
‘snippet’: ‘The Next, Next Generation tablet.’,
‘age’: 2
},
{
‘name’: ‘Motorola XOOM™ with Wi-Fi’,
‘snippet’: ‘The Next, Next Generation tablet.’,
‘age’: 4
},
];

//console.log(x);
return x;
}

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Below is the source code all, You actually it is an stp file. How to use it.

  • Upload it on the list template library.
  • Create an instance of this.
  • Go to the SharePoint designer open the content and browse or directly browse it form url of your library.

Souce Code
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/bjm59umlh2kmjqk/AADIvDxGi5GvUBXmP8FkOqJ7a?dl=0
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Info Path 2013, Sequential WorkFlow Visual Studio 2010, SharePoint 2013, SharePoint List Lookup, Sharepoint2010, Visual Studio 2013

InfoPath and SharePoint 2013, Deploy Browser Enable form in SharePoint 2013, Info Path 2013 and SharePoint 2013


I got a chance to migrate our solution to SharePoint 2013. After our analysis and the research my first target is to deploy the Info Path Browser enable form to SharePoint 2013. Here I am sharing my experience to deploy info path 2013 forms to SharePoint 2013 Portal.

In SharePoint 2013 we have 15 hive or root folder earlier we had 14 hives in SharePoint 2010. For Learning the SharePoint 2013 road map uses the link below.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj937861.aspx .

When Deploying my Info Path Forms which I built on Info Path 2010 , I didn’t find to much difficulties but some new thing I have encounter. Likewise  Previous Info Path 2010 Visual studio tool based on the .net framework 2.0, now it is based on the 4.0 and also the SharePoint 2013 is also based on .net framework 4.0 (Resource : http://weblogs.asp.net/soever/archive/2012/07/20/sharepoint-2013-is-running-on-net-4-framework.aspx and the Screen shot of our farm).

App Pool shows the Framework of SharePoint 2013

App Pool shows the Framework of SharePoint 2013

(1) To deploy our 2010 info path form we just need to open the Visual studio code editor, and change the frame work to 4.0.

Target Framework should be 4.0.

Target Framework should be 4.0.

2) We need to change the Reference to SharePoint Dll, if there is any server side object model is used, in the SharePoint 2013, its location is in 15 hive ISAPI Folder.

15 hive folder for reference Microsoft.SharePoint, for any crud in the List

15 hive folder for reference Microsoft.SharePoint, for any crud in the List

We also need to remove the already reference System.Addin.Contract cuz form the below diagram, It is already referenced.

System.Addin Contract

System.Addin Contract

Just deploy as Administrator Approved form like we usually do in SharePoint 2010 and rocks.

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