Modifying views of a List View Web Part in a Sandboxed Solution

In my recent article I showed you how to declaratively provision List View Web Parts to pages from within a Sandboxed Solution. Since the default view is often not what you want and creating a List Definition just to get the right view for the List View Web Part is way too much overhead, what is the easiest approach to modify a view of a List View Web Part in a Sandboxed Solution?

Quick minifying JavaScript and CSS files with Mavention Assets Minifier

Recently I showed you how you can automate minifying JavaScript and CSS files in Visual Studio 2010. There are however situations, when you might want to quickly minify a file outside Visual Studio. Find out how to minify CSS and JavaScript files in 3 simple steps with Mavention Assets Minifier.

Using minified CSS and JavaScript files everywhere in SharePoint 2010

In my previous post I showed you how you can automate minifying JavaScript and CSS files in Visual Studio 2010. As I also mentioned, SharePoint has limited support for using minified files. But just because something is not available out of the box doesn't mean it's not possible. Find out how to leverage the extensibility capabilities of the SharePoint 2010 platform and support using minified CSS and JavaScript files everywhere.

Minifying JavaScript and CSS files made easy with Mavention SharePoint Assets Minifier

Minifying asset files is a known performance optimization technique. By removing all optional characters you can decrease the size of CSS and JavaScript files and make them download faster. Depending on how big your solution is this process might get tedious when done manually and this is exactly where Mavention SharePoint Assets Minifier can help you out.