Video: Building JavaScript-Only Web Parts for SharePoint

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This video shows how to build JavaScript only web parts using a framework I’ve been working on for the last while. Please note that the framework is not production ready at this point, it is presented as a reference implementation only. Some of the code shown in this video comes from a blog post entitled… Continue reading Video: Building JavaScript-Only Web Parts for SharePoint

Video: JSON Light Support in the SharePoint 2013 REST API

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Over the Summer, Microsoft released JSON Light support in the SharePoint 2013 REST API. One of the big bits of feedback we got from developers using the REST SharePoint API was about the payload of the data that was returned. Our response was to add support for JSON Light. JSON Light is an open standard… Continue reading Video: JSON Light Support in the SharePoint 2013 REST API

Session Recording: JavaScript and jQuery for SharePoint Developers

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I recorded the JavaScript and jQuery for SharePoint Developers session I gave at SharePoint Saturday New York on July 26, 2014. The audio was recorded using my laptop microphone so the quality isn’t very good but hopefully it is understandable. The slides and demos can be downloaded from http://1drv.ms/1pkKYRR Session abstract: Much of the JavaScript… Continue reading Session Recording: JavaScript and jQuery for SharePoint Developers

SharePoint for ASP.NET Developers–Recorded Session from DevLink

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Here’s another recorded session from the DevLink conference. SharePoint is an awesome tool. It allows you to build web sites, manage lists of data, collaborate on documents, and so much more – all done through a simple, easy to use, web interface. When you need to go beyond the built in capabilities of the product,… Continue reading SharePoint for ASP.NET Developers–Recorded Session from DevLink

SharePoint Saturday: The Conference–Session Resources

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Got back yesterday from SharePoint Saturday: The Conference. I met a lot of people I only knew electronically, learned a ton, and had a great time overall. That said, there were some issue that I guess you had to expect from such a large event being run by an all volunteer group. “Even if we… Continue reading SharePoint Saturday: The Conference–Session Resources

Enabling Intellisense for the JSOM and jQuery in SharePoint 2010

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This blog post was requested by Mark Rackley (@mrackley) at his jQuery session at SharePoint Saturday New York. Mark mostly does middle-tier SharePoint development and he wanted to see what life was like inside the wonderful world of an Integrated Development Environment like Visual Studio. I’d put together some content on enabling and using intellisense… Continue reading Enabling Intellisense for the JSOM and jQuery in SharePoint 2010

Advanced SharePoint Web Part Development–Recorded Session from SPSNY

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Got back from SharePoint Saturday New York yesterday afternoon. What a great event – the organizers and volunteers really went all out and everything went like clockwork. I recorded my session and spent a good chunk of yesterday editing it so I could publish it today. If you have any questions or comments, please let… Continue reading Advanced SharePoint Web Part Development–Recorded Session from SPSNY

SharePoint Site Columns and Content Types via a Feature

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A few months ago I recorded a video for TechNet on Using Content Types in SharePoint 2007. This video focused on the end-user experience, creating site columns and content types using the browser. This week a colleague of mine, who is fairly new to SharePoint development, was tasked with building a Feature that would create… Continue reading SharePoint Site Columns and Content Types via a Feature