Download the SharePoint 2010 Software Development Kit (SDK)!

Hello SharePoint Developers! We just went live with an updated download for the SharePoint 2010 Software Development Kit (SDK) !  The MAY2010 version of the SDK aligns with the “RTM” versions of SharePoint Server 2010 and SharePoint Foundation 2010, so you will get the latest information about extending, customizing, and writing code for SharePoint 2010. Get the FREE download here: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=f0c9daf3-4c54-45ed-9bde-7b4d83a8f26f&displayLang=en The SDK contains object model reference documentation (including JavaScript OM, Client OM, and Server OM), Web Service references, schema references, “how-to” topics, conceptual overviews, and code samples and snippets for working with application programming interfaces (APIs) in SharePoint 2010.

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Download the SharePoint 2010 Software Development Kit (SDK)!

SharePoint 2010 Advanced Developer Training now Live on MSDN!

Hello SharePoint Developers! If you’re looking for advanced developer training for SharePoint 2010, check out these modules that just went live on MSDN yesterday!   Here is the home page, which features a Silverlight navigation control for browsing the lessons before you get started:   http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/ff420377.aspx .

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SharePoint 2010 Advanced Developer Training now Live on MSDN!

SharePoint 2010 Developer RTM training Kit

Paul in the team has just published the RTM versions of the SharePoint 2010 Developer training Kit(offline version) and the SharePoint 2010 Developer Training Course on Channel9. The course and kit include Presentations, Hands-On Labs, Demos and Instructor Videos of the Metro SharePoint 2010 Developer Training Course. The topics covered are outlined in the table below

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SharePoint 2010 Developer RTM training Kit

Reading Data from External List using the SharePoint 2010 Client Object model

One of the demos I showed this week was the integration of the new SharePoint 2010 client object model (SP COM) and an external list. The SP COM is a way to work with lists where you create and execute batch commands against your SharePoint 2010 server. You can find more information here: http://channel9.msdn.com/learn/courses/SharePoint2010Developer/ClientObjectModel/ .

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Reading Data from External List using the SharePoint 2010 Client Object model

SharePoint Solution using BCS: Part II

In my initial post on this, I created a read-only application that used a Web service.

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SharePoint Solution using BCS: Part II

Publish to SharePoint (part 2)

Today’s guest writer is Ric Lewis—the PM in charge of publishing to SharePoint. In our last post about publish, we covered the basics of how to publish your Access database to a SharePoint server. In this post, we’ll look at how to troubleshoot publish issues and maintain your published database.

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Publish to SharePoint (part 2)

Publish to SharePoint (part 1)

Today’s guest writer is Ric Lewis—the PM in charge of publishing to SharePoint. A common question in the Access community is “how do I get my app on the web?” Here is the most recent example : My wife and I have just started our own Recruitment business and I started an Access DB to basically be a contact manager and to track our jobs, candidates, clients and placements we make. I got to a certain point and realized I was out of my depth, so I enlisted the help of an Access Developer to finish it off.

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Access Services overview and install information

Recently on The Access Show Ryan and I introduced Access Services and created a donations application that ran in the browser. I thought it would be helpful to provide some background to the vision and direction.

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Access Services overview and install information

SharePoint Conference 2009 Developer Hands On Labs (HOLs)

Whether or not you were one of the lucky ones to attend the sold out SPC ‘09 conference in Las Vegas last week you should download and review the 10 developer Hands On Labs (HOL’s) in anticipation to the public beta of SharePoint Server 2010 due out in November 2009.

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SharePoint Conference 2009 Developer Hands On Labs (HOLs)

Excel Services Getting Started – Pt4 Web Service APIs

This continues my previous checklists here , here and here on getting started with Excel Services. In this post, I’ll append a walkthrough for using the Excel Web Services APIs. 6.

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Excel Services Getting Started – Pt4 Web Service APIs