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Create SharePoint 2013 no-code solutions

SharePoint 2013

Learn about SharePoint Composites, a no-code, do-it-yourself business solution that you can create quickly by assembling, connecting, and configuring the basic building blocks of functionality available in SharePoint 2013 and Office 2013.

Last modified: March 06, 2014

Applies to: Office 2013 | Office 365 | SharePoint Server 2013

A SharePoint Composite is a no-code, do-it-yourself business solution that you can create quickly by assembling, connecting, and configuring the basic building blocks of functionality available in SharePoint 2013 and Office 2013. A SharePoint Composite combines data, documents, and business processes in a useful, productive way.

Think of a SharePoint Composite as a mashup — a web application that you can use to incorporate data quickly into a simple, visual, and interactive solution. And because it’s built on the SharePoint 2013 platform, you get the breadth and depth of a SharePoint solution. A SharePoint Composite can be as simple as a custom webpage that uses a site list and several connected Web Parts to track mileage in a small business. Or, a SharePoint Composite can be as sophisticated as a corporate-wide absence reporting system that’s connected to a Human Resource database by using Business Connectivity Services (BCS).

The following articles describe how to create no-code solutions and provide links to sample solutions.

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SharePoint Composites Handbook

Provides in-depth guidance to help you learn how to create a no-code solution.

No-code solutions using SharePoint 2013 Composites

Provides links to many practical articles, walkthroughs, demos, virtual labs, and other formats that show how to create no-code solutions.

Save, download, and upload a SharePoint 2013 site as a template

Explains how to create site templates without using code so you can easily deploy no-code solutions.

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