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Compile and package Sandboxed and Farm solutions using the same code base

SharePoint 2010 - Toni Frankola - July 4, 2010

SharePoint Sandboxed solutions allow site administrators to deploy custom web parts without physical (console) access to the SharePoint server. Sandboxed solutions are easily uploaded via Solutions gallery. Sometimes, while developing a solution, you want to know if your code is running sandboxed or as a normal farm solution. In order…

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My slides from SharePoint conference Peru

SharePoint - Toni Frankola - May 23, 2010

Yes, I spent an amazing week in Peru attending and speaking at SharePoint Conference Peru. After the conference we visited Cusco and Machu Picchu and we all had amazing time. Conference was an amazing success, with more than 170 attending, all sessions were packed and people were very enthusiastic about…

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Search AutoComplete for SharePoint 2010 Central Administration

SharePoint, SharePoint 2010 - Toni Frankola - April 12, 2010

SharePoint 2010 introduced a new and improved Central Administration which looks awesome. However when I am teaching about SharePoint or presenting it to customers I need a quick and easy way to find an option in Central Admin (yeah I know, I am lazy :)). So I decided to build…

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Search AutoComplete for SharePoint 2010 lists

SharePoint, SharePoint 2010 - Toni Frankola - April 6, 2010

In my previous post I explained how to create an interactive search for SharePoint 2007 lists. It’s time to take things to the next level, so let me introduce Search AutoComplete for SharePoint 2010 list (download). It gives you the same functionality (search as you type) as the previous version…

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Introduction to SharePoint 2010 SandBox Solutions for Site Collection Owners

SharePoint, SharePoint 2010 - Toni Frankola - March 30, 2010

If you have been reading about exciting new features of SharePoint 2010 you probably heard about something called SandBox Solutions. In this post I will try to explain what SandBox Solutions are and how you, as Site Collection Owner / End User / Non Developer type, can benefit from these…

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