Channel 9 Interview: Building an Outlook Mail App using the “Napa” Office 365 Development Tools

If you haven’t heard, the new Office & SharePoint 2013 Developer Preview has a brand new development model that should make it a lot easier and flexible to build consumer and enterprise applications running within Office & SharePoint. Based on web technologies like HTML5, XML, CSS3, JavaScript, and REST APIs, you can use your existing knowledge of these web technologies to quickly build your apps. What’s cool is these apps can not only run in the desktop versions of Office, they can also run in the web app versions.

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Channel 9 Interview: Building an Outlook Mail App using the “Napa” Office 365 Development Tools

SharePoint 2010 List View Blog Series: Part 1 – Introduction to the new List View

Hello. This is Greg Chan, a Program Manager on the SharePoint team.

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SharePoint 2010 List View Blog Series: Part 1 – Introduction to the new List View

SharePoint 2010: A First-Class Developer Platform

By Steve Fox When I think developer platform, my baseline requirements are solid tool support, a good cadre of out-of-the-box (OOTB) features that I can leverage, and a robust set of APIs. Although Microsoft   SharePoint has historically fulfilled these baseline requirements, I think there were places that caused a bit of a stutter when issuing the words developer platform —especially if we reach as far back as SharePoint 2003 technologies

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SharePoint 2010: A First-Class Developer Platform

By Steve Fox When I think developer platform, my baseline requirements are solid tool support, a good cadre of out-of-the-box (OOTB) features that I can leverage, and a robust set of APIs.

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SharePoint 2010

This is my third and final post as part of our disclosure of SharePoint 2010 today. The previous posts covered the SharePoint History and how we Engineer SharePoint

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SharePoint 2010

This is my third and final post as part of our disclosure of SharePoint 2010 today. The previous posts covered the SharePoint History and how we Engineer SharePoint

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SharePoint 2010

Announcing the Release of the August 2009 CTP for the Open XML SDK

I’m really happy to announce the release of the 3 rd CTP for the Open XML SDK 2.0 for Microsoft Office ! So what did we do in this CTP? Well, there were three main improvements we made to the SDK: Add semantic level validation support Add markup compatibility/extensibility support General improvements based on your feedback Semantic Level Validation Support Let’s go back to the Open XML SDK architecture diagram I showed you when we first announced the Open XML SDK : As mentioned in a previous post , the April 2009 CTP of the Open XML SDK added schema level validation support for Office 2007 Open XML files

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Copying a Document to the End User Computer after a ClickOnce Installation (Mary Lee)

Starting in Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1, you can perform additional tasks after an Office solution is installed known as a post-deployment action. For example, you can copy a customized Office document and create registry keys on the end user computer

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Deploying Multiple Office Solutions In a Single Installer (Mary Lee)

Starting in Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1, you can deploy multiple Office solutions in a single ClickOnce installer. For example, you can develop two Office solutions (one for Outlook and another for Excel) and combine these into a single installer with a single entry in the Add/Remove Programs list in Windows XP and the Programs and Features list in Windows Vista.

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MOSS How to …: SharePoint List Template Id’s

Welcome to Marc Charmois's blog about SharePoint , tips, tricks, tutorials, Architecture orientations: MOSS How to …: SharePoint List Template Id’s. MOSS How to …

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