SharePoint 2013 .Net Client Side Object Model Cookbook

Vijai Anand Ramalingam

The Client Side Object Model is mainly used to build client applications and enable us to access SharePoint Sites that are hosted outside without using webservices.

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Introduction:

 
Client Side Object Model (CSOM) was first introduced in SharePoint 2010. The Client Side Object Model is mainly used to build client applications and enable us to access SharePoint Sites that are hosted outside without using webservices. Prior to the CSOM, developers had only a few choices to build client applications. However, this has changed now. With the introduction of CSOM, developers now have more choices and will be able to access the core SharePoint functionalites to a wide extent. In SharePoint 2010, the CSOM exposed the core SharePoint functionalites only whereas in SharePoint 2013, the Microsoft SharePoint team has added a few more assemblies. Now we are able to access the Service Applications using the Client Side Object Model. 
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • SharePoint 2013 .Net Client Side Object Model: An Overview
  • Create a console application using Visual Studio 2012
  • Perform SharePoint list tasks using CSOM
  • Perform SharePoint website tasks using CSOM
  • Perform SharePoint list item tasks using CSOM
  • Perform SharePoint content type tasks using CSOM
  • Perform SharePoint field tasks using CSOM
  • Perform SharePoint list view tasks using CSOM
  • Perform SharePoint folder tasks using CSOM
  • Perform SharePoint file tasks using CSOM
  • Perform SharePoint file version tasks using CSOM
  • Perform SharePoint group tasks using CSOM
  • Perform SharePoint role tasks using CSOM
  • Perform SharePoint Taxonomy related tasks using CSOM
  • Perform SharePoint User Profile tasks using CSOM
  • Perform SharePoint social tasks using CSOM
  • Summary