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  • Blog Post: SharePoint OOTB Web Parts

    Q: Where is there a listing of SharePoint's OOTB Web Parts? A: You can find a listing here and here that should help. </steve>
  • Blog Post: Site Templates and Retaining Web Part Configuration Settings

    Several folks have asked me about this recently so I thought I would post the answer. Q:Why don't site templates (STPs) maintain webpart configurations when I use them to create new sites? Scenario: • You create a new list, such as a Custom List, on a Microsoft Windows SharePoint...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Development Tools and Best Practices

    Two white papers you need to check out. Good job Patrick! Development Tools and Techniques for Working with Code in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 (Part 1 of 2) Development Tools and Techniques for Working with Code in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 (Part 2 of 2) </steve>
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Customization

    Working with ASP.NET 2.0 Web Parts and Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 </steve>
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET v2 Web Part Development and SharePoint Web Part Development

    If you are a .NET developer and considering jumping into Web Part development, then you should check out these 2 articles by Sahil Malik published on CoDe Magazine. This is a skill that is directly transferable to SharePoint custom development. In fact, if you read a previous blog then you know they...
  • Blog Post: SmartPart v3: Building Custom Web Parts from User Controls (.ascx)

    For those of us writing Web Parts for WSS v3, we know that we have 2 choices. We can create an ASP.NET v2 Web part, a precompiled .NET class that inherits from the ASP.NET v2 WebPart class, or we can create a class which inherits from the WSS v3 WebPart class. Generally, the former is recommended because...
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