Tons of New SharePoint Content Now Live on MSDN - July 12, 2007

Hello folks. It has been several weeks since I posted an update on new MSDN content. We have been extremely busy publishing content, and here is the list of content published in the month of June and the first week of July: Visual How-to Screencasts ·         Creating Search Queries Programmatically by using the Search Web…

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Just Published on MSDN (5/17/2007)

Here is the rundown of Technical Articles, Visual How-to Screencasts, and their accompanying downloads published over the last couple of weeks on MSDN. Technical Articles Team-Based Development in Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007Learn to properly conduct team-environment development of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 sites and assemblies (Web Parts, site templates, custom list templates), as…

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More New MOSS and WSS Content on MSDN! (March 19, 2007)

You may have seen some of these announced elsewhere; however, I have aggregated our recent activity and posted the following list of new and updated content. Downloads Visual Studio Extensions for SharePoint Services 1.0 has been released! Download it today to get started building SharePoint solutions with Visual Studio: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=19f21e5e-b715-4f0c-b959-8c6dcbdc1057&displaylang=en MSDN Information Centers We have…

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10 Essential Resources for SharePoint Developers

10 Essential Resources for SharePoint Developers Last month we took an inventory of all the things Microsoft has been producing for SharePoint developers, and we thought it was a great list to share broadly.  Even though I wanted this to be a “Top 10” list, I ended up with 14 items! 1.       Microsoft Office SharePoint…

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SharePoint Development Tip: Getting Context-sensitive F1 Help Directly from the MSDN Library

If you’re a developer working in Visual Studio 2005, you can use F1 context-sensitive Help to jump directly to an SDK topic when you highlight a Method, Class, or Property in the code window. Now that our SharePoint SDKs are live on MSDN, F1 Help functionality works with the Help viewer in Visual Studio 2005 without installing the entire…

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