In November 2011, we released the next major version of our open source library Camlex.Net 3.0. We also launched the online version based on Camlex.Net 3.0: http://camlex-online.org. In this article, I will describe the new features and architecture of the new [...]
Microsoft SharePoint 2010 supports several modern, standards based; XHTML 1.0 compliant browsers such as Internet Explorer 8, Firefox 3.6 and Safari 4.x. SharePoint and IPad do not mix well together. SharePoint is fundamentally intranet desktop oriented software, it’s not built for mobile, and it certainly not built for internet social online [...]
Silverlight can be used to integrate rich, powerful applications into SharePoint at the Web part level of integration. It can live just about anywhere in the user interface With SharePoint 2010. My example will be geared toward how simple it is to publish a Silverlight application to a SharePoint site and use it in a web part.Background
It was my client requirement [...]
Click on setup.exe and enter the product key (HQ937-PP69X-8K3KR-VYY2F-RPHB3):
Accept the license.
The following window appears. Select Server Farm.
The following screen appears. Select complete and click Install Now.
Honestly, I have yet to actually enjoy SharePoint development specifically but, I still let myself learn. I want to briefly describe an issue I had when creating visual web parts in a sandbox solution. As the name of this entry implies, the SharePointWebPartCodeGenerator plays an important role in the web part creation. I will briefly describe what it is, where it is used, and why it is [...]