Seriously: how anyone gets anything done with SharePoint is totally beyond me.
I'm helping out a friend who's put together a SharePoint site for a customer. He's an IT guy, not a developer, but he's taken the site quite far using just the non-developer features in SharePoint, such as lists and workflows. He's called on me to help him with a part that needs coding.
I can handle the C# programming part, but I have no idea how you go about sticking code into an existing SharePoint 2010 project and just the vaguest of memories of how to programatically …
…tool for ruby code.
Viewpoint for Sharepoint Web Services - I'm sure someone needs this ruby wrapper for Sharepoint. I'm glad it's not me.
Client-Side - There sure are a pile of them now. frameworks compared
The - I really do need to spend the time to learn to use pry as a debugging tool. As soon as all these bugs are fixed. Ecosystem
…offer SharePoint 2010 integration . If you're using older versions of SharePoint, don't worry; we will be keeping our old webpart in place so that you can continue to use Presently with older versions.
Here is an overview of some of the features of the new Presently SharePoint 2010 integration:
Put a Presently feed on virtually any SharePoint page, thanks to easy installation with SharePoint web parts package.
View and switch seamlessly between Presently …
That set of templates has an intent very similar to what SharePoint templates have provided: a simple means of managing projects, time, assets, and issues to allow a whole new class of developers to build and deploy web-based applications.
Sean: A lot of open source development, on core products, involves very low-level C programming, or those kinds of things. Then there's another level where people are doing Java, .NET, or PHP programming.
Those who are using a higher level language …
I've been talking to some IT shops who are migrating away from Lotus Notes and Domino. More than wanting to use something else, it seems the reasons they are migrating away is that people in management just don't like Lotus Notes.
The problem these IT shops face is they don't have many good options to migrate to. Sharepoint works for very generic collaborative activities, but not so much for custom business apps that are so pervasive in large Notes installs. That doesn't mean people don't try.
…presence. It doesn't take the same approach as some of the older, larger-scaled content managers like SharePoint do.
It's not designed to be a full-on enterprise thing. That doesn't mean it can't be used in enterprises, but it's more of a presentation and content organization system than some of the more document-centric systems. Our main target market has been websites for small businesses and other small organizations.
The last reasonable numbers we saw showed maybe …
…updates to your company's Presently account from directly inside your the SharePoint application page .SharePoint portal. For more information on the installation and usage of the Web Part, you can visit
…, protein folding, controlling the flight of Watson -style artificial reasoning, but building the sort of applications that SharePoint was meant to host: web applications and sites, document sharing, blogs and forums, and list management.ships — but for compiling Sharepoint applications? We're not talking about multidimensional matrix math, Fourier transforms, or
Requiring such big iron to build relatively mundane applications is like requiring all the architecture, …
…grown in leaps and bounds and become a true competitor to TIOBE this month), Index SharePoint is a $ 2 billion business , and the Xbox 360 is currently the most popular console on the market . tech drives a lot of behind-the-scenes …and DB2. C#, .NET, SharePoint and were launched at or near the start of the era, and they've all found their places: C# and .NET are popular (C# is at the #5 position on the