Some of my students, clients and community peers have asked about my favorite tools for working with SharePoint. So with that in mind, I quickly noted down some of my favorite tools that every developer should have in their toolbox. I’ve written posts about this before but as times
Some exiting news is about to be published and I’m glad to announce that some fantastic plans we’re working on is about to take shape. As stated in the headline
If you’re a seasoned SharePoint developer, you probably have a good set of tools that you’re working with on a daily basis. Some of my all-time favorites include:
Our good friend Mike Morton over at Microsoft just announced the official release of some great extensions to Visual Studio 2010, called SharePoint Power Tools.
These tools will extend Visual Studio 2010
Author: Tobias Zimmergren
Alright. People have approached me lately and asked me if I could give them a brief introduction to the WSPBuilder extensions available for Visual Studio. Instead of taking all those discussions on one by one, I’ve decided to document some of
As I know this is a popular tool for some of you guys reading this blog (I’ll leave my own comments on the tool unsaid for now) – you can now download the latest February CTP from the Microsoft Download site.
VSeWSS 1.3 February 2009 CTP has been released,