Updated SharePoint 2010 SDK Now Available for Download

The SharePoint 2010 Software Development Kit (SDK) has been updated! Get it here: Download from the Microsoft Download Center Tips: Installing and Using the SharePoint 2010 SDK Download What’s New in this SDK Update We are excited to announce the latest quarterly update of the SDK for SharePoint Foundation 2010 and SharePoint Server 2010. This free update replaces previous 2010 versions of the SDK and includes the following: New code samples:   Silverlight List Viewer, plus new samples in Business Connectivity Services (BCS), Enterprise Content Management (ECM), and User Profiles and Social Data Updated documentation , including: new and updated How To, reference , and conceptual content Updated IntelliSense XML files for tooltips and auto-complete in Visual Studio Here are two MSDN topics listing new and updated content and code samples in the AUG2010 version of the SDK (14.0.4763.1031): What’s New in the SDK for SharePoint Foundation 2010 What’s New in the SDK for SharePoint Server 2010 A complete listing and description of the 44 code samples currently available in the SDK can be found here on MSDN Code Gallery: http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/sp2010sdk .

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Debugging Tips with Visual Studio 2010

This is the twenty-sixth in a series of blog posts I’m doing on the VS 2010 and .NET 4 release.

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Debugging Tips with Visual Studio 2010

Setting up a Local Mail Server for a SharePoint Virtual Machine on Server 2008

The only way to do software development for SharePoint is really a Virtual Machine.

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Setting up a Local Mail Server for a SharePoint Virtual Machine on Server 2008

How do I programmatically find the deployed files for a VSTO Add-In?

You can use ClickOnce deployment to install Office Add-ins for Office 2007 and Office 2010. It is very similar to deploying a desktop application, but not identical

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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)

Synchronize with SharePoint under the hood

Recently I was asked the following question: I am looking to get an understanding of the internal operations during an Access 2007 synchronize execution. I have just been exposed to a SharePoint MOSS and Access 2007 environment where at times the normal sync time goes from 7-minutes to around an hour. I am taking the side of “network bandwidth” as the reason and not the side of “data quantity” as the root cause for the increased time.

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Synchronize with SharePoint under the hood

Using The Loopback Adapter and SharePoint

Just a little tip as I’ve recieved a lot of emails and questions about SharePoint development recently. Most SharePoint development is going to take place in a virtual machine (unless you’re running Server 2008 as your desktop, which isn’t hard

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Breaking the WSS Top Link Bar in two with jQuery

Since I got a fan of the jQuery Javascript library , usually I can’t resist showing off the power of this library in my SharePoint development courses at U2U .

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Breaking the WSS Top Link Bar in two with jQuery

Favorite CodePlex SharePoint Projects

You could visit CodePlex , type in SharePoint in the search box and sort by popularity to get the “top” projects, but here’s a list of the top projects picked by the SharePoint MVPs which I find to be a little more value-added than CodePlex’s popularity ranking. YMMV.

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Favorite CodePlex SharePoint Projects