Tag Archives: Visual Studio

Creating Office add-ins – using ADAL JS and the Office 365 Unified API

Since my last post on Azure Analytics (thanks to everyone that shared) and now that it is summer and things are calming down a bit, I wanted to play around a little with all the new shiny stuff that is getting released by Microsoft around Office 365, Azure and SharePoint. Today I’m going to focus on […]

Auto-generate fileversion for all projects in a solution with T4

When developing software you often have the need to centrally manage some assembly attributes like the file version for multiple Visual Studio projects at the same time. The nice and easy approach I describe in this article allows you to do exactly that with almost no effort by utilizing the Text Template Transformation Toolkit (T4). T4 is […]

Slide of my talk at .net Online User Group about SPSF

Attached to this post, you can find the slides of my presentation at the .net online user group (NOUG) from yesterday. Details about the presentation: http://online-usergroup.de/termine.20110620.ashx

SharePoint Software Factory 2010 beta released!!!

It took longer than planned, but finally we have reached the next milestone of our SharePoint Software Factory 2010. The SharePoint Software Factory (more details and download on http://spsf.codeplex.com ) is a Visual Studio Extension helping SharePoint newbies, as well as experienced developers to create, manage and deploy SharePoint solutions without having to know every […]

SPALM Presentation on MS InfoDays SharePoint

My colleague Torsten Mandelkow ( » Blog )performed several sessions in Germany together with Microsoft Germany regarding SharePoint development with Visual Studio 2010. Now 3 movies have been published by Microsoft and his session, which describes our SharePoint Application LifeCycle methodology (SPALM) is also available (unfortunately only in German, but I think you get the […]