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SharePoint 2010 and Windows Server Backup A couple of months ago, a friend found a bit of information on TechNet that has proven to be quite useful. See, I am of the opinion SharePoint allows for smaller deployments to be made, and with that said, I am talking about SharePoint Foundation 2010 being used for the most part. But truly the point here is not to discuss whether or not a deployment of SharePoint Foundation 2010 or SharePoint Server 2010 is right or not. The fact is they do take place and happen. And information will reside there. Now, the point of this post is to raise awareness on options available for companies that have implemented it and maybe are a bit “iffy” on how to protect the information being placed in libraries and lists. SharePoint 2010 and Windows Server Backup
SharePoint 2010: Data View Web Part Series - Laura Rogers @WonderLaura SharePoint 2010: Data View Web Part Series - Laura Rogers @WonderLaura View in Web Browser /blogs/laura/_layouts/VisioWebAccess/VisioWebAccess.aspx?listguid={ListId}&itemid={ItemId}&DefaultItemOpen=1 0x0 0x1 FileType
In SharePoint Designer 2010 : XSLT List View Web Part = List View Web Part + XSLT Data View Web Part - Ayman El-Hattab's Blog [MVP] XSLT Data View Web Parts have been and still remain to be one of the most powerful web parts in SharePoint , some people call it “The Swiss Army Knife of SharePoint Web Parts” , the only problem that I can see with the Data View Web Part that once you add it to a web part page, the end users cannot further manipulate it, they have to come back to SPD Designer to modify it or directly edit the XSLT from the browser which is not an easy task (All data is retrieved as XML and manipulated using XSLT which is a very flexible way of transforming and presenting your data). Otherwise, the XSLT Data View Web Part is a wonderful web part, you can aggregate data from a variety of sources and present them in an awesome way. In SharePoint 2007, we also had List View Web Part, which could be used to show a list content in a page but you cannot customize it that much in SPD 2007, you have to convert it to XSLT Data View Web part in order to customize or extend it. In SharePoint Designer 2010 : XSLT List View Web Part = List View Web Part + XSLT Data View Web Part - Ayman El-Hattab's Blog [MVP]
MOSS 2007 Employee Directory web part using Search and Data View web parts « Shankar’s Musings One of the frequent requests from my customers in a MOSS 2007 implementation is an employee directory webpart. During the pre-sales cycle they are excited to see the Active Directory integration and the first question they ask is ” Can this replace our existing employee directory out of the box ?”. Unfortunately there are no out of the box web parts at this time to display an employee directory from the user profiles. Bamboo Solutions(Link) has a great package that provides some of these webparts. However if you don’t need the robust suite from Bamboo, the same can be built using MOSS 2007 Search and the Data View webpart. Let us get started on building the employee directory webpart in this article. MOSS 2007 Employee Directory web part using Search and Data View web parts « Shankar’s Musings
Use your existing skills to build apps and take advantage of familiar tools, languages, and hosting services. You can use any language, such as HTML, JavaScript, PHP, or .NET, and you can use your favorite web development tools, including Visual Studio, and a new web-based tool, "Napa" Office 365 Development Tools. Use any hosting services to run and deploy your app. You can connect your app with just about any internal or public web services. Take advantage of the new OAuth 2.0 support in SharePoint, and use the REST and JavaScript and .NET client APIs to integrate and connect your app with SharePoint. Deploy, update, and maintain your apps faster in the cloud. Get Started Developing on SharePoint 2010 | Training, Video | MSDN

Get Started Developing on SharePoint 2010 | Training, Video | MSDN

Create a Web Part Page WITH a Quick Launch Menu - Laura Rogers @WonderLaura View in Web Browser /blogs/laura/_layouts/VisioWebAccess/VisioWebAccess.aspx?listguid={ListId}&itemid={ItemId}&DefaultItemOpen=1 Create a Web Part Page WITH a Quick Launch Menu - Laura Rogers @WonderLaura
SharePoint Server 2010 - Getting Started: Create Web Application | TechNet SharePoint Server 2010 - Getting Started: Create Web Application | TechNet Use these 11 modules to help you learn what SharePoint Server 2010 can do for you, how it works, how to create a site, and more. For additional information, see SharePoint Server 2010 advanced IT pro training and Get started developing on SharePoint 2010. To play a video lesson, click the module title, and then lick the title tile.