Until SP 2010, the datasheet was quite useful but rudimentary. It was an ActiveX control that did not allow any alterations to be made. With 2013, Microsoft came up with a slightly (very slightly) better replacement called the Quick Edit. Quick Edit uses HTML5, has a better layout and uses JSGrid to render the data. Check […]
Migrating content from SharePoint 2007 to SharePoint 2010 is a pain. Especially with sites that have publishing enabled. Sometimes the migrated pages really feel uncomfortable in their new environment and show this error:
Yes, its official! SharePoint 2013 is now available for us. Before I begin my rant on why the days of a SharePoint custom developer are numbered, here is a sneak peek into the new features of SP 2013
Sharepoint 2010 allows for automating tasks through Workflows. These tasks may range from approval to coordinating group efforts to issue tracking. SharePoint Designer is used to create Declarative Workflows. A declarative workflow is built from conditions and actions. These are arranged into rules and steps that set the parameters for the workflow. Did I mention all this […]
A ‘Last Updated’ column would have been cool feature for Sharepoint 2010 Lists. One look at the list and you would know how much time has elapsed since the items were updated. Something like, ‘This list item was updated 3 days ago’.
According to the Microsoft website: SharePoint collaboration software helps simplify business intelligence, content management, search, and sharing for intranet and internet sites. It is pretty useful for large enterprises which require a collaborative platform (read, team site/portal/workspace) that doesn’t need too much effort for deployment and maintenance. But if you are a software engineer trying to […]