On SharePoint conference Steve Ballmer announced that SharePoint 2010 Beta2 is going to be released in November.
In one of the previous posts I mentioned all project and project item templates that are supported if you are developing against SharePoint 2010. To develop and use new project templates you will need a 64-bit client or server OS and 64-bit installation of SharePoint 2010.
Experience for developing for previous release of SharePoint (Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Windows SharePoint Services 3) with Visual Studio 2010 has not changed compared to Visual Studio 2008.
See the below table for comparison between Visual Studio 2008 and Visual Studio 2010.
Visual Studio 2008
Visual Studio 2010
Sequential workflow and State Machine workflow
Sequential workflow and State Machine workflow (same project templates as in Visual Studio 2008)
All new features, project and project item templates (see previous post)
32-bit server OS and 32-bit MOSS only
32-bit server OS and 32-bit MOSS and WSS*
64-bit server or 64-bit client OS and 64-bit SharePoint 2010*
*64-bit OS and SharePoint are not supported
*Only 64-bit OS and SharePoint are supported
Check this link for hardware and software requirements for SharePoint Server 2010.
I can only see workflow templates for sharepoint2007. Not able to see other SPI for 2007?
You can only create workflows for SharePoint 2007. If you want to use other SharePoint project templates, you will have to install SharePoint 2010.
Can't believe you push people to 64 bit windows server, 64 bit sharepoint, but don't support development on those platforms. But it all works great if you UPGRADE TO 2010! Sorry, but that is a scam.
really i can't believe...only workflow templates for sharepoint2007