SharePoint Development from a Documentation Perspective

Andrew May

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  • Blog Post: Overview of SharePoint Online Development Now Live

    So, last week we published the SharePoint Online Developer Resource Center , to serve as a one-stop shop that pulls together all the resources a developer needs to get up to speed on developing for SharePoint Online. But what if, instead of the numerous in-depth resources we’ve included on the...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Online Developer Resource Center Now Live

    As you’ve not doubt heard by now, today Microsoft announced Microsoft Office 365, our next generation in cloud productivity suite that brings together Microsoft Office, SharePoint Online, Exchange Online and Lync Online in an always-up-to-date cloud service. As part of today’s news, Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Updated SharePoint 2010 SDK Now Available for Download

    (Cross-posted from Randall's blog .) 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...
  • Blog Post: How We Address Developer Documentation Comments

    One of the things I've wanted to do on this blog is give people a clearer view into how we actually produce developer documentation for SharePoint; the processes we use, the decisions we make, and what factors influence those decisions. (The Office client developer docs team have done several great posts...
  • Blog Post: Add Virtual Earth Interactive Maps to your Search Server Site

    (cross-posted from Enterprise Search Blog ) Are you trying to think of ways to make your Search Server site more interactive and graphical? You can use Federation as a way to enhance the functionality of your search result pages. The Federated Search Web Part makes it possible to display more than...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint SDKs (and Other Documentation Resources) Now Updated for SP1

    By now you’ve no doubt heard that SP1 for Windows SharePoint Services 3.0, Office SharePoint Server 2007 , and Office SharePoint Designer are now available. (And if you haven’t heard, go here to get all the important details before you download and install the Service Packs.) For a complete listing...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint SDKs Machine Translation Pilot

    Erika Ehrli has the scoop on Office’s participation in the MSDN machine translation pilot project. As part of the pilot, you can try out beta versions of the machine-translated Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 and Office SharePoint Server 2007 SDKs in Portuguese. You can also test out beta versions of...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Resource Center Pages Now Live

    Last week we added five new Resource Center pages to the Windows SharePoint Services developer portal on MSDN. Each Resource Center page focuses on a specific area of developer functionality in SharePoint, and contains links to information and resources from around the web, be it any source (Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Welcome

    Welcome to the official blog of the SharePoint Products and Technologies developer documentation team. My name is Andrew May ; I’m a Content Publishing Manager for Windows SharePoint Services. My team produces the Windows SharePoint Services SDK , along with the developer help for SharePoint Designer...
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