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SharePoint 2013 Development on a Mac

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SharePoint 2013 Development on a Mac My name is Jason Cribbet and I have a confession to make. I’m a SharePoint developer and I use a Mac… and I love it. Just to clear some things out up front, I’m not an Apple fanatic, though it might appear that way if you take inventory of

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Deploying Sandboxed Solutions to an Office 365 Public Site… well, maybe

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Deploying Sandboxed Solutions to an Office 365 Public Site… well, maybe. So, a couple of months ago, I set up a new Office 365 site where I could test out some of the things that I’ve been working on in an environment that was stable, controlled, and most importantly, not administered by myself. I previously

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Tip o’ the day…

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If you’re getting 503’s from your SharePoint web applications, check your App Pools. They could be stopped. I was very close to throwing up my hands and rebuilding my server before having someone share this little tidbit of knowledge.

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Touch Optimized jQuery Picture Gallery in SharePoint 2010 and Office 365

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Last week, I came across a couple of blog posts that talked about the TouchTouch Gallery which is a jQuery based image viewer that is optimized for touch screen devices. After checking it out, I figured it would be a good thing to throw into SharePoint 2010 (more specifically, my Cribtoso sandbox site) and see

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Displaying All Site Content and Recycle Bin links in BlankWebPartPage.aspx

Just a quick post today… I had a situation where I was working with a SharePoint 2010 Team Site with the Publishing feature enabled. As a result, when I created a number of pages based off the BasicWebPartPage.aspx Page Layout, the Quick Launch links for All Site Content and Recycle Bin were not displayed and

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November RCSPUG Follow Up

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At the November 17th Rocket City SharePoint User Group, I was invited to do a session on the SharePoint Client Object Model. Overall, it was a great session which followed with a good discussion on the client object model and a couple of guys there were able to share some of their experiences with the

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