Ready to add more richness, depth, and interactivity to your apps?
Integrating custom, interactive reports into your applications—including dashboards, real-time data, and location-based visualization—is easier than you’d think.
Use SharePoint to create a content management system that puts users in control of their content—and makes it super easy for everyone to collaborate.
Windows Forms developers will find out just how easy it is to migrate existing applications. This lab shows you how to convert an application that consumes data from a WCF service while preserving functionality. You’ll also learn how to create a user interface, handle events, make asynchronous calls to services, bind data to controls, and more.
Fans of Rich Business Apps around the world have put together some great training and resources for working with this powerful tool.
This Hands On Lab provides a comprehensive overview of SQL Server 2008 R2 PowerPivot for Excel 2010 and SharePoint 2010.
Over 20 brains contributed to this monster FAQ about PowerPivot. There were 150 questions answered at last count, including why you should use it in the first place.
Learn how to create lists with Visual Studio 2010, implement referential integrity between SharePoint Lists, and create URL Redirection upon event errors.
Create custom applications or SharePoint parts to help people work together better than ever. Updates to SharePoint 2010 make it MUCH more developer-friendly than previous versions. And with LINQ to SharePoint, you don’t have to hassle with CAML.
Deliver slicker, sleeker business applications with Rich Business Apps. It’s the perfect tool for Web and mobile apps that require a heightened user experience.
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