ASP.NET AJAX 1.0 (formerly known as Atlas) has been released. You can download it from here. If you would like to use it together with MCMS you should know this article.
Planning and Architecture for Office SharePoint Server 2007 – 918 pages Deployment for Office SharePoint Server 2007 – 380 pages Planning and Architecture for Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Technology – 332 pages
Overview The Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 SDK contains conceptual overviews, programming tasks, and references to guide you in developing solutions based on Windows SharePoint Services as a platform. The SDK includes information about the following technologies: Web Part Framework Create, package, and deploy Web Parts on SharePoint sites. Server-side object model Work with individual lists and sites […]
Overview The Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 SDK is designed for solution providers, independent software vendors, value-added resellers, and other developers to learn about the new Office SharePoint Server 2007 enterprise application and platform. It features conceptual and “How to” articles, sample code, and programming references. The download file OfficeServerSDK.exe provided for the SharePoint Server […]
Overview The Toolkit serves three main purposes: To provide IT professionals with the guidance and tools they need to upgrade customized Windows SharePoint Services 2.0 sites and site templates to function in a Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 environment. To provide a set of upgraded application templates for Windows SharePoint Services based on those currently published […]
[via Mark Harrison] This month TechNet Magazine devotes an issue to SharePoint and everything that’s new in the latest release. Here we introduce SharePoint Server 2007 and guide you through new features that make building a collaborative site better and easier than ever. An Overview of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007The new version of SharePoint […]
[via Mark Harrison] Gustavo Valez has written a nice article on how to integrate Windows Workflow Foundation Services with SharePoint 2007. AbstractWindows SharePoint Services (WSS) 2007 is the first Microsoft server that has native support for the Windows WorkFlow Foundation (WF). The integration of WF and the 2007 release of SharePoint provides an infrastructure that […]
[via the SharePoint Team Blog and Telerik] As previously announced on this blog and as of now officially named r.a.d.editor for SharePoint 2007, this Web-based rich text editor extends the web content authoring environment of Office SharePoint Server 2007 by providing cross-browser compatibility (i.e. with Netscape 7.1+ and Mozilla 1.3 browsers) and support for the Macintosh […]
[via Angus] James Milne has create a nice website interactivly create a skin for a SPS 2003 website. AbstractThe SPSkin Designer can be used to quickly and easily create style sheets (CSS) for SharePoint Portal Server and Team Sites. The Designer provides a GUI interface to modify the look and feel of SharePoint. Once a […]
Abstract This evaluation guide is designed to present a solid understanding of the search capabilities in Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server 2007. It provides an overview of Enterprise Search solutions from Microsoft, gives a hands-on tour of the product, and concludes with useful information for administrators and developers. IT professionals should use this guide to perform […]
I was “tagged” by Doug Stewart. So now it is at me to disclose some private thing to you. So here are five things you propably don’t know about me: My favorite hobby (beside monitoring the MCMS newsgroup) is latin american dancing. I have already won a couple nice competitions on this. Before I started […]
Andrew Connell posted a nice article about how to use the EditModePanel control to hide specific controls in presenation mode. Something similar to the AuthoringModeContainer and PresentationModeContainer Controls of MCMS. See Andrew’s article for details.