Ok. So tonight I downloaded the consumer preview of Windows 8 and gave it a go. I just wanted to share some thoughts here. Fish The first thing I noticed was the fish. What’s up with that? It’s on the boot screen for some reason, and when you’ve got your tile desktop in front of you,
Month: February 2012
The SharePoint Team just released 101 code samples for SharePoint 2010. The file contains a lot of common development tasks as prebuild solutions you can use to inspire yourself. For more info, read the entire article here. The samples can be downloaded here.
As I was developing my sandboxed solution, I used my local development environment to compile, deploy and test my solution. All was well and my solution was working the way I wanted it to. So, time to deploy to SharePoint Online. I created a fresh new site, uploaded my solution and activated my feature. Wait
As promised, here are some of the notes I took at last weeks TechDays in The Netherlands. Some (perhaps even all) might already be known to you, but perhaps these help others to create better SharePoint solutions 🙂 I’m posting them as a little self reminder. In the object model, you frequently work with an SPWeb object.
Judging by that stats, it seems like my blog was offline for a while. I assume my hosting party is going to let me know what went wrong here, so we can prevent the same from happening in the future. Apologies for the inconvenience! On a more positive note, I visited TechDays in the Netherlands
Since I’ve been working on SharePoint Online, and thus Sandboxed Solutions, I noticed a lack in the development tools. Where the CKS extensions for Visual Studio offer the option to choose “Upgrade” as a development method, this doesn’t work on sandboxed solutions. The upgrade process for sandboxed solutions is different; you need to upload your