SharePoint List Views –Quick & Easy jQuery Filter

Originally posted on: http://geekswithblogs.net/SoYouKnow/archive/2011/01/26/sharepoint-list-views-ndashquick-amp-easy-jquery-filter.aspx Hey! A jQuery & SharePoint blog post that doesn’t involve SPServices! (sorry Marc) A buddy of mine set up a SharePoint 2010 site for me (http://mrackley.me) so now you guys can take some of my solutions for a test run.  Woo Hoo! Thanks kind friend, who I haven’t named because I don’t want him getting flooded with requests for 2010 sites.  So, what to blog about? Let’s start off with something simple that can add a quick “ooh” factor for your users. Don’t you like the way dynamic filters work with jQuery? How you can start Continue reading SharePoint List Views –Quick & Easy jQuery Filter

Throw SharePoint & jQuery in the Mix

Originally posted on: http://geekswithblogs.net/SoYouKnow/archive/2011/01/25/throw-sharepoint-amp-jquery-in-the-mix.aspx Like SharePoint? Like jQuery? More to the point, do you hate SharePoint and/or jQuery and wish it was less painful and more usable? Well, here’s your chance to help me expand and improve upon my SharePoint & jQuery session. I submitted a session to Microsoft’s upcoming Mix11conference and low and behold they have selected it as a session to vote on. So, the power is in YOUR hands to vote for this session and get it into the conference. This would be my first Microsoft conference to speak at and I’m excited about the possibility. What’s Continue reading Throw SharePoint & jQuery in the Mix

SharePoint & jQuery–What I wish I had known a year ago – SPSEMEA Highlights

Originally posted on: http://geekswithblogs.net/SoYouKnow/archive/2011/01/23/sharepoint-amp-jqueryndashwhat-i-wish-i-had-known-a-year.aspx So, yesterday I presented a session for the online SharePoint Saturday event SharePoint Saturday EMEA on using SharePoint & jQuery. I created this session as an overview session on using jQuery and SharePoint together detailing best practices on deployment, maintenance, performance, and hopefully pointing some people to some good resources to help them get started. I also spent some time on why jQuery is a valuable tool for the SharePoint developer’s toolkit. If you aren’t just a jQuery hater, then you can’t deny it’s potential to make you and your customers happier. Some bullet points discussed Continue reading SharePoint & jQuery–What I wish I had known a year ago – SPSEMEA Highlights

What do YOU want to see in a SharePoint jQuery Session?

Originally posted on: http://geekswithblogs.net/SoYouKnow/archive/2011/01/06/what-do-you-want-to-see-in-a-sharepoint-jquery.aspx Hey party people. So, as you have probably realized by now, I’ve been using quite a bit of jQuery with SharePoint. It’s pretty amazing what you can actually accomplish with a little stubbornness and some guidance from the gurus. Well, it looks like I’ll be putting together a SharePoint jQuery session that I will be presenting at a few conferences. This is such a big and broad topic I could speak on it for hours! So, I need YOUR assistance to help me narrow down what I’ll be focusing on. Some ideas I have are: How Continue reading What do YOU want to see in a SharePoint jQuery Session?