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Difference between SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013

By krishna on 12/18/2015

There are following main difference between SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013.

Features

SharePoint 2010

SharePoint 2013

 

 

 

Social and Collaboration Features

SharePoint 2010 is very few social capabilities

1-My sites

2-Tag and Tag Profile Pages

3-Notes

SharePoint 2013 Added arefollowing new features

1-Intrective feed

2-Comunitive site

3-follow people

4-follows people

Search Features

SharePoint 2010 had Introduced Integrated FAST search as an Enterprise search. In addition to this build-in SharePoint search is still widely used in companies.

SharePoint 2013 includes several enhancements, custom content processing with the Content Enrichment web service, and a new framework for presenting search result types. Some of the features added are

1- Consolidated Search Results

2-Keyword query language (KQL) enhancements

3- Rich Results Framework.

 

Enterprise Content Management (ECM) – Features

SharePoint 2010 had not managed Navigation and Cross-site Publishing. SharePoint designer was a primary tool to modify Master pages instead of the new Design Manager.

SharePoint 2013 added some of the best capabilities of an Enterprise Content Management. There are added following feature

Design Manager

Managed Navigation

Cross-site Publishing

EDiscovery

 

Development Changes Features

1-Sharepoint 2010 used Sandbox solutions to help developers deploy code without effected whole farm.

 2-In SharePoint 2010 you could use Server Object model and Client Object model (.Net Managed, ECMASCRIPT and Silverlight) to extract data from SharePoint.

 3-In SharePoint 2010 developers were also developing Farm solutions as they did with the previous SharePoint 2007 version

 

 

1-In SharePoint 2013 Microsoft Introduced a new Cloud App Model for designing Apps for SharePoint. Apps for SharePoint are self-contained pieces of functionality that extend the capabilities of a SharePoint website. We can use HTML, CSS, JavaScript and protocols like the Open Data protocol (OData), and OAuth to communicate with SharePoint using Apps.

2- SharePoint 2013 has Introduced new Tools for App development. Visual Studio 2012 now lets you develop apps for SharePoint and apps for Office. In addition a new web-based tools called “Napa” Office 365 Development Tools were introduced for developing apps.

3-No more Sandbox solutions. SharePoint 2013 sandboxed solutions are deprecated. So all we got is the New App model and the Old SharePoint Farm solutions

 

 

 

 

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