SharePoint 2013 Useful Sites

http://www.sharepointcto.com/Default.aspx

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-in/library/cc262410.aspx

http://www.microsoftvirtualacademy.com/training-courses/introduction-to-office-365-development?m=10070&ct=31602

https://msdn.microsoft.com/EN-US/library/office/fp179898.aspx

jQuery Links

http://www.codecademy.com/en/tracks/jquery

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/18043452/how-to-use-jquery-to-get-radio-button-value

 

SharePoint 2013 Development Important Links

Microsoft Online Login

 SharePoint 2013 Development Basics

Apps for SharePoint
Get started creating SharePoint-hosted apps for SharePoint
Developing SharePoint Solutions

Github link

Getting Started with SharePoint App Development

Code Project Link

SharePoint 2013 Online App Development – Part 1

SharePoint Apps using Napa Basics

Create a basic SharePoint-hosted app for SharePoint by using Napa Office 365 Development Tools

JSOM Basic App

Using the JavaScript object model (JSOM) in apps for SharePoints

SharePoint 2013 Advance Development

Develop apps for SharePoint

How to: Complete basic operations using JavaScript library code in SharePoint 2013

Dotnet Curry

SharePoint 2013 Apps using JavaScript Object Model (JSOM)

Method Parameters Keywords in C# – ref, out, params with Examples

You can add keywords to method parameters in C#.

The three of them are: ref, out and params.

ref

The ref keyword can be used to pass arguments by reference. That means the parameter can be changed in the method and the changed value will be retained when control passes back to the calling method. Ref parameters need to be initialized before passing.

Example

 public class RefMethodParameterDemo
    {
        //The ref keyword causes arguments to be passed by reference.
        //The effect is that any changes made to the parameter in the method will
        //be reflected in that variable when control passes back to the calling method.

        public static void RefParamMethod1(ref int num1, ref int num2)
        {
            num1 = 20;
            num2 = 40;
        }

        static void Main()
        {
            //Need to be initialized before passing as argument
            int n1 = 0;
            int n2 = 0;

            //Both the method definition and the calling method
            //must explicitly use the ref keyword.
            RefParamMethod1(ref n1, ref n2);
            Console.WriteLine("n1 = " + n1);
            Console.WriteLine("n2 = " + n2);
            Console.Read();
        }
    }

o/p

n1 = 20
n2 = 40

out

The out keyword can be used to pass arguments by reference.

This is similar to the ref keyword, except that out doesn’t require the variable be initialized before being passed.

Example

class OutMethodParameterDemo
    {
        //A method with out parameter is useful when you want a method to return multiple values.
        //The method definition must explicitly use the out keyword
        //The method is required to assign a value before the method returns.
        public static void OutParamMethod1(out int num1, out string str1)
        {
            num1 = 20;
            str1 = "Hi I am out";
        }

        static void Main()
        {
            //No need to initialize the variable before passing
            int n1;
            string s1;
            //Both the method definition and the calling method must explicitly use the out keyword
            //The out keyword causes arguments to be passed by reference.
            OutMethodParameterDemo.OutParamMethod1(out n1, out s1);
            Console.WriteLine(n1);
            Console.WriteLine(s1);

            Console.Read();
        }
    }

o/p
20
Hi I am out

params

The params keyword lets you create a method parameter that takes an argument where the number of arguments is variable.

When you don’t know the exact number of arguments that will be passed in a method, then you can declare the method parameters using the params keyword.

Example

 public class ParamsParameterDemo
    {
        //The params keyword lets you specify a method parameter that
        //takes an argument where the number of arguments is variable.
        public void ParamsMethod1(params int[] numlist)
        {
            for (int i = 0; i < numlist.Length; i++)
                Console.WriteLine(numlist[i]);
            Console.WriteLine();
        }

        //In a method declaration, no additional parameters are permitted after the params keyword
        public void ParamsMethod2(params string[] strlist)
        {
            for (int i = 0; i < strlist.Length; i++)
                Console.WriteLine(strlist[i]);
            Console.WriteLine();
        }

        //Only one params keyword is permitted in a method declaration
        public void ParamsMethod3(params object[] objlist)
        {
            for (int i = 0; i < objlist.Length; i++)
                Console.WriteLine(objlist[i]);
            Console.WriteLine();
        }

        static void Main()
        {
            ParamsParameterDemo p1 = new ParamsParameterDemo();

            //Passing many integer values
            p1.ParamsMethod1(1, 7, 19, 25);

           //Passing Array as an argument
            int[] arr1 = { 5, 7, 9, 20, 16,22 };

            p1.ParamsMethod1(arr1);

            //Passing a string array
            string[] strarr1 = { "Mona", "Tony", "Jia" };
            p1.ParamsMethod2(strarr1);

            //Passing any datatype(objects)
            p1.ParamsMethod3(12, 'C', "Remo");

            Console.Read();
        }
    }

o/p
1
7
19
25

5
7
9
20
16
22

Mona
Tony
Jia

12
C
Remo