On July 16th 2012, Microsoft has released the preview versions of the 2013 edition of its office products.
Posts Tagged: SharePoint
Let me show you three easy ways how to get a free SharePoint 2010 development environment. Ideal for starters… 😉
Task Show search results from a WordPress blog next to SharePoint search results.
After installing April 2012 CU on my Search Server 2010 Express, the “Incoming E-Mail” feature stopped working. Problem E-Mails still land in the drop folder but don’t get picked up by the “Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Incoming E-Mail” timer job. (The default folder is “c:\inetpub\mailroot\drop” if you want to have a look.) The document libraries / lists… Read more »
SharePoint has grown up! It will be THE web and application platform for enterprises, regardless if in the cloud or on-premise. There were not so many new topics, that you would not have heard before. But in almost every talk and with almost every product in the exhibit halls you could see, that what was… Read more »
Apple has just released iOS 5. The latest version of it’s mobile operating system. Good news for you, if you use systems like SharePoint or Confluence on an iOS device: the editor will now work! Safari on iOS now supports the contenteditable attribute, which is what most of the current web based tools use, to… Read more »
I guess, until I learn how to debug on the experimental Kindle web browser, I better leave the new Amazon Kindle out of my presentation… 😉 Unfortunately it’s not anywhere near the mobile Safari on iOS. XHR does not seem to work.
If you want to create a lean mobile application for SharePoint, you’ll probably want to use the SharePoint 2010 Representational State Transfer (REST) interface, a WCF Data Service that allows you to use construct HTTP requests to query SharePoint list data. It will minimize your network traffic compared to SOAP requests and it’s easier to understand… Read more »
Access to your business information: anytime, anywhere and from any device. There lies great potential in mobile applications for SharePoint and a big opportunity for you as a developer! Microsoft has sold more than 125 million SharePoint licenses to over 65,000 customers. And Tim Cook gave us the following number last week: “92% of the Fortune 500 companies… Read more »