SharePoint Conference .ORG Session Links

Thanks to everyone who attended my Enhancing the User Experience with jQuery session at SharePoint Conference .ORG in Baltimore on Monday this week. I thoroughly enjoyed the conference, and loved all of the interest and questions in my session. The folks at SusQTech put on a wonderful show!

Here are links to the things which I demoed. Everything I showed in the session and quite a lot more is available on my Sympraxis Consulting demo site. The first two demoes were in SharePoint 2007, and the rest was in 2010. Let me know if you’re interested in the vice versa on anything.

Animated Banner Demo

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Fancy Radio Buttons and Check Boxes Demo

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SPServices Forms Enhancements in SharePoint 2010

This set of demos is contained in a solution file (WSP) called SPCOrg 2011 Enhancing the UX with jQueryUse SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window)., which is also available on my demo site in the Demo Site Templates on the upper right of the page.

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jQueryUI Item Sorting Demo

This demo is available in the Middle Tier solution file, also available on my demo site in the Demo Site Templates on the upper right of the page. (This solution is also part of another session I do called Developing in SharePoint’s Middle Tier. In that session I cover much more about how this is built using Custom List and Data View Web Parts [DVWPs].)

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Just so that there’s no confusion, all of this demo code is yours for the taking if you’d like to use it. However, it is what it is and is probably more suited for demos and education than production use. Besides, it addresses *my* requirements, not yours!

3 Comments

  1. Mark,
    As always, thank you for the wonderful additions you have made to the SharePoint community. Is there any way we can get a copy of the site templates you offered above for 2007?

    Thanks!

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    • Mark:

      Maybe better late than never? I have posted a 2007 version of the “jQueryUI Item Sorting Demo” to my Sympraxis Consulting Demos site. Look for the Site Template called “MiddleTier 2007”. It’s not exactly the same as what I showed (it was an earlier version), but it’s got all the main bits in it.

      M.

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