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September 2008 - Posts

SharePoint for Developers: 3.2 Hands-on - getting list items

To read data from list we have to get reference to list first. SPWeb has lists collection we can use to find the list we are interested in. Following code example shows how to get instance of list.

 

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ForEach method and blonde me

I want to tell you about List<T>.ForEach method and one of my famous blonde moments when I was debugging faulty code. LINQ makes it easy to query collections and that's why I like it a lot. Today is friday and weekend is coming. Let's relax and have some fun on me. Here's one proof how n00b I can be :)

 

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ProBlogger

problogger Recently I readed a book titled as ProBlogger: Secrets Blogging Your Way to a Six-Figure Income. Authors of this book are Darren Rowse and Chris Garrett - the veterans of commercial blogging business. Darren is also owner of the famous ProBlogger site and b5media.

 

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Professional SharePoint 2007 Web Content Management Development


Professional SharePoint 2007 Web Content Management Development: Building Publishing Sites with Office SharePoint Server 2007 (Wrox Programmer to Programmer)
One great SharePoint book in my company bookshelf is titled as Professional SharePoint 2007 Web Content Management Development: Building Publishing Sites with Office SharePoint Server 2007. This book is written by famous SharePoint guru Andrew Connell and in my opionion it is one of those very useful books about SharePoint you must have. So, let's see what we can find from this book.

 

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DocumentShow extension for SharePoint

We finished today one interesting SharePoint extension. We call it DocumentShow extension and it allows you to show HTML files in document library as slide show. In our case the customer wanted to show some reports on large LCD screen located in one of his office rooms.

 

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SharePoint for Developers: 3.1 Hands-on - connecting to SharePoint and using elevated rights

In previous post of this serie, SharePoint for Developers: 3. Introduction to SharePoint Data Structures, I described some basic points of SharePoint data structures. In this post we will see how to use these data structures and how to create custom field types. The next hands-on post will stop on custom field type and it will give you very good example about how fields work in SharePoint.

 

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SharePoint for Developers: 3. Introduction to SharePoint Data Structures

Data in SharePoint is different than in our usual object-oriented applications. If we want to deal with data in SharePoint we have to understand how data is organized there. This is one of the key points to successful SharePoint projects. 

 

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SharePoint for Developers: 2. Development Environment

Before going to deep dive let's put up development environment. In this blog entry I will tell you how to put everything up and what tools we are using for which tasks. Well, if you read further then you have something to do for couple of evenings. Let's start!

 

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ASP.NET Dynamic Data

ASP.NET Dynamic Data is one of those technologies I have been keeping eye on. With .Net 3.5 and Visual Studio 2008 SP1 is fully available. Let's see how it works and how we can use it.

 

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SharePoint for Developers: 1. Introduction

This is the first entry of my SharePoint for Developers serie. I asked from developers if they need something like this and they said yes. First entry is introduction and after reading it you will understand where SharePoint stands and what kind of problems it tries to solve.

 

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