SharePoint 2010 Web Parts

SharePoint 2010 Out-of-the-box Web parts add functionality anywhere in a site with point-and-click simplicity. There are around 40 out-of-the-box Web Parts available. Find some Out-of-the-box Web parts below: Lists and Libraries – These are similar to the same Web Parts offered in MOSS 2007. – Announcements – Calendar – Contacts – Links – Shared Documents […]

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SharePoint 2010 Connect-to-Office

In SharePoint 2010, you can be connected to Microsoft Office Clients. How? Using SharePoint 2010’s Connect-to-office feature by letting Microsoft Office applications know which SharePoint libraries you frequently use. When you connect a library to Office, the library is available in the Office Back Stage for opening and saving files. When you want to create […]

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Audience Targeting in SharePoint 2010

Audience targeting in SharePoint 2010 (now available in hosted mode for Standard and Enterprise versions) is one of the significant features of SharePoint 2010 that helps target groups and individuals with specific pages, Web Parts, and content. With the help of audience targeting feature, content can be targeted in a site for viewing by one […]

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SharePoint 2010 Client Object Model

In SharePoint 2010, there is an interesting feature called Client Object Model (Client OM) which is a unified model that uses the same or similar programming concepts as the Server Object Model (Server OM). The Client Object Model can be accessed via web services, via a client (JavaScript) API, and via REST. Why Client Object […]

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SharePoint 2010 Service Architecture

With changing times and technologies, there have been a lot of changes to both the logical and physical topologies of SharePoint 2010. Thus, it’s very important for any developers to know the architecture of the new Windows SharePoint 2010 services. Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 builds on the operating system and database services to add additional […]

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SharePoint InfoPath Forms Services

Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) is a bundle of great, efficient, and helpful features. When talking about MOSS features one of the highlights is MOSS’s InfoPath Forms Services. InfoPath Forms Services is a server technology that makes it possible for people to fill out forms in a Web browser. By managing forms in a central […]

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SharePoint 2010 Developer Dashboard

I’ve been continuously saying that SharePoint 2010 has been launched with some really great features and when saying that I cannot afford to forget its yet another cool feature Developer Dashboard. The Developer Dashboard allows you to monitor page load performance on SharePoint. Simply put, you can see how each element on the page loads! […]

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Multi-lingual User Interface in SharePoint 2010

Multi-lingual User Interface—The name says it all! Isn’t it? Yes, SharePoint 2010 has introduced the Multi-lingual User Interface (MUI), which is available with every type of site—even the SharePoint Central Administration site. The Multi-lingual User Interface should not be considered as a translating tool, instead it is tool that allows users to select a display […]

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Excel Services in SharePoint

Do you do a lot of work with numbers at work? Then you are certainly familiar with Microsoft Excel. When using Excel do you also find it difficult to share your spreadsheets with your colleagues or your boss? If so, then SharePoint’s Excel Services is going to be a best in class collaboration solution that […]

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SharePoint Visio Services for visual presentation of your data…

Some people understand things quicker when it is visually attractive. If your boss also falls into that category then use SharePoint’s Visio Services to present your complicated data, viz., sales figures, etc. in a visually attractive way! Yes, briefly speaking, Visio Services can complement your existing Business Intelligence tools through visualizing your data processes. Visio […]

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