Via Soma: Sharepoint tools support in Visual Studio
In the screenshots, note the .package and .feature files, as well as the Packaging Explorer tab on the right. In the example a feature is displayed where there are several elements available in the solution (left), with just the workflow features being selected into “Workflows.feature” (right).
topic for tonight was suggested during the most recent Toronto SharePoint camp
- How to structure SharePoint solutions in Visual Studio, and automate the
build and WSP generation. Building SharePoint Solutions (WSP) is the most
painful part of the development process. In this session attendees will learn
how to take the pain away for SharePoint 2007 by structuring Visual Studio
Solutions for easy management, and by automating the build and WSP creation.
Presented by me, Eli Robillard with corrections, improvements and miscellaneous heckling by Bill Brockbank and you. See you there!
If you can make it tonight, please RSVP (just a formality), so that Susie can determine how
much pizza to order.
Location: Nexient Learning @ 2 Bloor Street West on
the 12th Floor.
6:00pm to 6:30 - Pizza and people arrive
6:30pm - Q&A
7:00pm – Presentation
8:30pm – Done
To RSVP, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
* Pizza will be provided by
our very generous sponsor, Non Linear Creations - non-linear creations (NLC) is a leading web development
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This came through internally on Friday from fellow Infusionite Kartik Subramani. Congrats to everyone involved!
About three weeks ago, Infusion was asked to produce a demo of a security application for managing security at SuperBowl XLIII in Tampa Bay this Sunday. Although originally intended as a demo to gain some press for both Infusion and E-Sponder (the solution that Tampa Police uses in their day to day operations), it was such a hit, that the Incident Commander requested that it be brought into the Joint Operation Center, where every security organization from the local police to the [deleted in case this would get anyone in trouble. -Eli] were gathered to monitor the event. The app allowed for real time visualization of incidents as they were reported to 911 and filed by police officers. While I was down there, everything from loose dogs and lost children, to grand theft auto and bomb sweeps were showing up on the map. In addition to having all that information at his fingertips, the Incident Commander was also able to listen to and speak out on to their various radio networks from the Surface [unit].
You can read full details at the following links:
There were film crews from NBC and CBS filming the Incident Commander using the application. I believe the NBC clip was to air this morning [Friday, Jan 30] on the Today Show, or the morning news, but I’m not sure when the CBS clip is going to air.
Big shout out to Lan Nguyen, for his help with developing the application, and to Alex Preston and Trevor Hunter for their guidance during the architecture and design phase.
And while everyone inside Infusion knows that Kurt Guenther is the "godfather of Falcon Eye," now you know too.If you have want to learn more about Surface or have questions about how we did it, you can reach Kartik and the team through the alias: email@example.com.
Read more about Falcon Eye at the Superbowl
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