jQuery is “Fast Food” Development – SPC314 Session Teaser #SPC11

Originally posted on: http://geekswithblogs.net/SoYouKnow/archive/2011/09/07/jquery-is-ldquofast-foodrdquo-developmentndashspc11-session-sneak-peak.aspx You ever have an epiphany? Have you ever tried to spell “epiphany” without spell check? So, today I was working on my slide deck for the SharePoint Conference in Anaheim on Best Practices with jQuery and SharePoint and I had a little light bulb moment. jQuery is “Fast Food” development. In those three little words you get an immediate understanding and visual that pretty much hits the nail on the head for what you are getting into with jQuery.  I then threw together the following two slides to flesh out the idea more. I have no Continue reading jQuery is “Fast Food” Development – SPC314 Session Teaser #SPC11

A Dummies’ Guide to SharePoint and jQuery–A Real World Example

Originally posted on: http://geekswithblogs.net/SoYouKnow/archive/2011/09/01/a-dummiesrsquo-guide-to-sharepoint-and-jqueryndasha-real-world-example.aspx So, I noticed my good buddy Christina Wheeler (@cwheeler76) wrote a little rant post on Twitter and Facebook today:   And I thought, here’s a great example where you could use jQuery and SharePoint in the wild. With jQuery you could easily hide the “Upload Multiple Files…” link… well.. I assumed you could.. I mean how hard could it be? Keep in mind that ANYTHING you see on the page that is not Flash, Silverlight, or an Active X control can be manipulated with jQuery. There’s probably a couple of other things that can’t be modified, Continue reading A Dummies’ Guide to SharePoint and jQuery–A Real World Example