When building extensions for Visual Studio 2010 SharePoint Developer Tools, VSIX project by default does only the packaging. Your extension’s code has to be included in a separate assembly. Did you know however that all you need is a simple trick to build your extension using a single project?
Every page should have a unique title. Unique titles can help you not only optimize your content for search engines but also improve the user experience. Hierarchical titles can help you make your page titles more usable but there is more to it if you’re using paged overviews. Find out how to generate unique titles for pages that use paged overviews in SharePoint 2010.
I’ve just got a confirmation from Microsoft that I will on the SharePoint Ask the Expert booth @ DevDays 2011. Haven’t heard about DevDays?
Yesterday I was presenting on the first SharePoint Saturday in Holland about challenges in building Web Content Management solutions on the SharePoint 2010 platform. For those of you who weren’t able to make it, the slides from my presentation are available on the SharePoint Saturday Holland site.
SharePoint 2010 ships with support for mobile devices. Unfortunately it doesn’t work with anonymous users what makes it unsuitable for Internet-facing websites. The real challenge is that there is no easy way of turning it off. While there are some workarounds they are far from ideal. Find out how to properly make SharePoint 2010 support mobile devices on Internet-facing websites.