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What's new in SharePoint Server 2019

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What's deprecated in SharePoint Server 2019

Microsoft has deprecated certain features and functionalities in SharePoint Server 2019, that are only there for compatibility with previous product versions. Certain features have even been removed from SharePoint Server 2019. This module will illustrate which features have been deprecated, removed or replaced.

Topics:

  • Access Services 2010/2013
  • Agregated newsfeed
  • OneDrive Sync Clients
  • What about InfoPath and SharePoint Designer?
  • Machine translation, PerformancePoint Services
  • Site Mailboxes
  • Coded Sandbox solutions
  • Multi-Tenancy

Modern Sites

With SharePoint Server 2019, Microsoft is starting a new revolution in the way you work with your content on a daily basis. The concept of sites has been rethought, while remaining backwards compatible. This new concept introduces the so called Modern Team Site and Communication site.

Topics:

  • New self-service site creation experience
  • Modern Team Sites
  • Communication Sites
  • Hub Sites

The Modern Experience

Since SharePoint 2013, the user experience with the product did not really change up until now. SharePoint has been completely rebranded, looking different, mobile friendly, ... List and libraries are now nice to work with for users, pages look a lot nicer with completely new webparts that are up for the task of today!

Topics:

  • SharePoint Home
  • Modern lists and libraries
  • Modern sharing experience
  • Modern search experience
  • SharePoint Site Pages
  • Site Usage
  • Recycle bin experience

Microsoft PowerApps

With the deprecation of InfoPath and Access services, we need some replacement to achieve similar functionalities. Microsoft PowerApps allows people, without any development skills, to build applications that are mobile friendly on top of their data, whether this data is in SharePoint, Salesforce, Excel, ... . Allowing other people to use the built application to browse the data and maybe even modify it.
When used in combination with SharePoint, it can help you customize list views, list forms, provide page forms by means of webparts, ...

  • What is PowerApps?
  • PowerApps components
  • Related technologies
  • Licensing and pricing conditions
  • App samples and templates
  • Connecting to on-prem data
  • Customizing SharePoint Server 2019 with PowerApps

Microsoft Flow

Although SharePoint workflows are still supported in SharePoint Server 2019, Microsoft is not really maintaining them anymore because there is another kid on the block called Microsoft Flow. Microsoft Flow allows you to create automatic processes, called flows, that react to an event in one app or application (like SharePoint, Twitter, ...), do something with the event data, and then use this data in another service (like SharePoint, Salesforce, Twitter, ...). All this can be done without having to write a single line of code.

Topics:

  • What is Flow?
  • Flow building blocks
  • Licensing and pricing conditions
  • Flow templates
  • Connecting to on-prem data

SharePoint Framework

With the introduction of the Modern User Experience, a new client-side development model was introduced. This new development model was called SharePoint Framework or SPFx and allows us to create modern SharePoint experiences. It is the model of choice to create client-side webparts that fit into the modern pages. Development is done through open-source tools and using common web development techniques.

Topics:

  • SharePoint Framework overview
  • SharePoint Framework tools
  • Building client-side webparts
  • Building extensions

Three years have passed, and the time to become modern is now! Microsoft SharePoint Server 2019 will provide new, improved, modern looking features to your SharePoint on-premises deployments, while at the same time still making it easy to take advantage of cloud innovation through hybrid deployments of SharePoint Server with Office 365. This course will provide you with an extensive overview of all new functionalities in SharePoint Server 2019.

This course targets at anyone working with SharePoint Server 2013 or 2016 that wants to know about the new features in SharePoint Server 2019.

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