This session was presented by Brendan Kowitz (@brendankowitz [https://twitter.com/brendankowitz]) a Senior Developer from Readify and covered building responsive mobile web applications with MVC4, WebAPI and HTML5. Overview * Building a great user experience * Data + WebAPI * Going offline * Packaging Why responsible mobile web applications? * Responsive, fluid usage, respond to
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 comes with out of the box integration with SharePoint 2010which allows users to store documents associated with CRM records. This is implemented with the List Component for SharePoint [http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=5283]. This is a sandboxed solution that is
Good to see Microsoft throwing their support [http://stephenwalther.com/blog/archive/2010/03/16/microsoft-jquery-and-templating.aspx] behind jQuery [http://www.jquery.com/] and committing resources to developing for it. Also interesting to see their proposal for including templating in the core of jQuery [http://www.jquery.com/]. I currently
I have a need to be able to enumerate through the SharePoint User Profile database to collect some stats and do some analysis. Here’s some handy articles I came across while researching it. How To Properly Enumerate User Profiles using the SharePoint User Profile Web Service [http://www.michaelbowersox.