Thinking SharePoint just as Service

I totally agree with “Thinking SharePoint as Service”. Pesonal opinion, this is one of the best article to describe that the “gold time” of SharePoint is gone.

It doesn’t mean that SharePoint will not be used in the future but only just be considered as a service. For example, it may be integrated with MVC just because Workflow is required. “Injecting things in the host web or customizing master page is just like cat & mouse game”.

So for developer, it can not be to write some just running code. Just like Andrew Connell said in his blog, “I think that if you’ve hired me to do some work for you, you didn’t hire someone to bang away at a keyboard and give you some running bits in a few days / weeks / months. I think you hired me for my experience.”


SDK for Windows 10 is not installed with Visual Studio 2015?

I have tried with Visual Studio 2015(Community&Enterprise both) in Windows 10, which is updated from my windows 8.1. Before installation, I have selected all the components of Visual Studio. But an universal app can still not be created, it displays the following error.


When I click “Install”, it is redirected to Microsoft home page.

I should install the SDK with following link manuelly again. Then universal app can be created.