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We’ve Moved to the SharePoint Development Team Blog

We’ve Moved to the SharePoint Development Team Blog

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Over the past few years, a number of MSDN blogs have been created that deal, at least in part, with SharePoint development, to the point where it’s sometimes challenging keeping up with them all. So, to make it easy for developers to make sure they’re getting all the latest technical information around developing SharePoint solutions, we’ve decided to combine those blogs into the one: the SharePoint Development Team Blog. Think of it as your one-stop shop for developer-centric SharePoint information, straight from the product teams and user assistance folk responsible for SharePoint Foundation, Server, SharePoint Online, and the SharePoint development tools in Visual Studio.

Going forward, we’ll be posting the content that in the past you’d find on this blog to the SharePoint Development Team Blog. We’ve left this blog up, in maintenance mode, so that developers can still access the content we’ve published here. But be sure you subscribe to the new, consolidated blog for great content, including:

·       Detailed technical information on SharePoint development, such as walkthroughs and code samples, from the people who designed those product features and tools

·       Early, first-look versions of content being prepared for publication to MSDN

·       Cross-posts and pointers to SharePoint-centric developer content on other specialized blogs, such as Erika Ehrli’s, Eric White’s, or SharePoint in Pictures

·       Announcements of interest to SharePoint developers, such as content updates, service releases, or developer events.

And pass the following easy-to-remember URL on to your SharePoint developer friends and colleagues:

http://blogs.msdn.com/sharepointdev/

Thanks for reading, and we hope to hear from you over at the SharePoint Development Team Blog!

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  • Great!!!!! happy to access the team blog on my favorite platform.

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  • Can you tell me the best way to set up a development environment for SharePoint 2010. I am using Visual Studio 2010 On a Windows 7 x64 box, and will be developing using ASP.Net MVC. The web app will reside on a server other than the SharePoint server. We will simply be developing to upload documents to the SharePoint Document Library.

  • Good article from SharePoint Developer Documentation Team, Thanks for taking such effor. Very nice article to discuss. Anyways its quite easy to access in any of my favorite place.Thanks for sharing youe effort eith us.

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  • Hi Team, I am completely new to Microsoft Sharepoint Server Technology. I am using Microsoft Sharepoint Server 2010 for developing one of our sharepoint site. With this I am using Web part to load our controls (by creating visual web parts) in the web parts. I am facing one problem to access the web parts in code behind.

    I have two web parts lets say LeftSideWebpart and RightHandSideWebpart (I have selected the web part template which is provided by Sharepoint server).

    Now I have link buttons in lefthandSideWebPart and on click of each link button I need to load the control in righthandsideWebPart accordingly.

    So how can I access the righthandsideWebPart in my code behind. I have created seperate Visual web part project for each lefthandSideWebPart and rightHandSideWebPart.

    Your help is really appreciated.

    Thanks in advance for your help.

  • Can you tell me the best way to set up a progression atmosphere for SharePoint 2010. I am using Vision Facilities 2010 On a Windows 7 x64 box, and will be creating using ASP.Net MVC. The web app will live on a hosting server other than the SharePoint hosting server. We will basically be creating to publish records to the SharePoint Papers Collection.

    www.tatvasoft.co.uk/sharepoint-development.php

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