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Understanding the differences between Server-Side Object Model and the Client-Side Object Model

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The SharePoint Server Object Model (SSOM) has been the popular API set to writing SharePoint solutions for some time now.  With SharePoint 2013, the Client Object Model (CSOM) which was introduced in SharePoint 2010 has become a viable option for supporting many of the SSOM scenarios. In this video, you will discover the similarities and differences between the SharePoint Server Object model versus the Client Object Model.

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