Using Breeze with SharePoint 2013 REST API: 3-Part Series

Join me in my 3-part series on using Breeze JavaScript library with SharePoint 2013 REST API to learn how to overcome challenges with my solutions.

Earlier in March I did a three-part series of posts on using the popular Breeze JavaScript library with the SharePoint 2013 REST API. Here’s a list of all the posts in this series:

There are a bunch of moving parts to making this work with SharePoint. So how do you do it? You could go get the AngularJS core library, the Breeze client library, the SharePoint data service provider for Breeze that Ward Bell & I worked on.

But thankfully things are easy thanks to NuGet! All you need is the single NuGet package Breeze.Angular.SharePoint to add to your project and you’ll get everything you need! It gets all the other dependent libraries. In addition, we’re looking to add even more capabilities to the data provider and make it easier to incorporate into your projects. Stay tuned!

For more information on working with Breeze and SharePoint, check out my new Pluralsight course, Released last week: Building SharePoint Apps as Single Page Apps with AngularJS. Module 5 is all about using Breeze with SharePoint.

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Andrew Connell
Developer & Chief Course Artisan, Voitanos LLC. | Microsoft MVP
Written by Andrew Connell

Andrew Connell is a web & cloud developer with a focus on Microsoft Azure & Microsoft 365. He’s received Microsoft’s MVP award every year since 2005 and has helped thousands of developers through the various courses he’s authored & taught. Andrew’s the founder of Voitanos and is dedicated to helping you be the best Microsoft 365 web & cloud developer. He lives with his wife & two kids in Florida.

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