Developing Applications for SharePoint 2010

Microsoft patterns & practices is excited to announce the release of: Developing Applications for SharePoint 2010 SharePoint 2010 introduces new ways of developing applications for the SharePoint platform.

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Integrate Outlook Appointments with SharePoint 2010 Calendar Lists using Data Services

The other day a good friend of mine asked me if it was possible to send appointments created in Outlook into a SharePoint calendar list. It’s easy enough to grab this data from Outlook by building an add-in with Visual Studio, but what also turned out to be really easy was sending this information to SharePoint using its built-in WCF data services, also known as OData.

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Integrate Outlook Appointments with SharePoint 2010 Calendar Lists using Data Services

Channel 9 Interview: Office Add-in (VSTO) Performance Tips & Tricks (Beth Massi, Stephen Peters)

In this interview, I sit down with Stephen Peters , a developer on the Office client tools team in Visual Studio.

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Channel 9 Interview: Office Add-in (VSTO) Performance Tips & Tricks (Beth Massi, Stephen Peters)

Channel 9 Interview: Office Add-in (VSTO) Performance Tips & Tricks (Beth Massi, Stephen Peters)

In this interview, I sit down with Stephen Peters , a developer on the Office client tools team in Visual Studio. Steve shows us a couple of tricks for how you can squeeze the best performance out of Office solutions built with Visual Studio (VSTO)

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Channel 9 Interview: Office Add-in (VSTO) Performance Tips & Tricks (Beth Massi, Stephen Peters)

Channel 9 Interview: Office Add-in (VSTO) Performance Tips & Tricks

In this interview, I sit down with Stephen Peters , a developer on the Office client tools team in Visual Studio. Steve shows us a couple of tricks for how you can squeeze the best performance out of Office solutions built with Visual Studio (VSTO)

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Channel 9 Interview: Office Add-in (VSTO) Performance Tips & Tricks

Channel 9 Interview: Office Add-in (VSTO) Performance Tips & Tricks

In this interview, I sit down with Stephen Peters , a developer on the Office client tools team in Visual Studio. Steve shows us a couple of tricks for how you can squeeze the best performance out of Office solutions built with Visual Studio (VSTO).

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Channel 9 Interview: Office Add-in (VSTO) Performance Tips & Tricks

VSTO Troubleshooter

This powershell script displays information that can help while troubleshooting VSTO customization.

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VSTO Troubleshooter

MSDN Webcast: Office Business Applications (OBAs) Evolved

Microsoft Office Business Applications (OBAs) have evolved significantly in the 2010 release. In this free MSDN webcast , Steve Fox explores how building OBAs has progressed, and he discusses the types of solutions you can build using Microsoft Office 2010 and Microsoft SharePoint 2010. Specific topics he covers include Microsoft Office extensibility, Microsoft Business Connectivity Services, the SharePoint client object model, and Windows Azure.

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MSDN Webcast: Creating Microsoft Office 2010 Add-Ins Using SharePoint 2010 as a Data Source

A common request for developers is to surface internal Microsoft SharePoint data within the Microsoft Office client applications. This allows users to interact with SharePoint list data in the direct context of their document editing experience

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RTM Demo VM for SharePoint & Office 2010

Getting the VM If you’re looking to get up to speed on SharePoint and Office 2010 development, but don’t necessarily want to install everything on the metal you can download the RTM Demo VM: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=751fa0d1-356c-4002-9c60-d539896c66ce&displaylang=en The VM is good for 180 days, and you have a ton of RTM software to get you started. To use the VM: 1. Download the zipped files into a directory on your local machine and unzip them; 2

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RTM Demo VM for SharePoint & Office 2010