SharePoint Server 2010 – Software boundaries and limits

This article describes software boundaries and limits of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. These include the following:

  • Boundaries: Static limits that cannot be exceeded by design
  • Thresholds: Configurable limits that can be exceeded to accommodate specific requirements
  • Supported limits: Configurable limits that have been set by default to a tested value

Read it here – http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262787.aspx

 

SharePoint Server 2010 – Software boundaries and limits

This article describes software boundaries and limits of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. These include the following:

  • Boundaries: Static limits that cannot be exceeded by design
  • Thresholds: Configurable limits that can be exceeded to accommodate specific requirements
  • Supported limits: Configurable limits that have been set by default to a tested value

Read it here – http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262787.aspx

 

Patterns & Practices – Developing SharePoint Applications‏

Guidance for building collaborative applications that extend your LOB systems

This guidance helps architects and developers design, build, and test intranet and enterprise-scale SharePoint applications. Two reference implementations demonstrate solutions to common issues, and a library provides reusable components that can help you with your own development projects.

Developing SharePoint Applications guidance helps customers accelerate constructing advanced applications through examples and documentation. The guidance compliments product documentation and helps architects and developers in the following areas:

· Use SharePoint capabilities to make more powerful applications

  • Integrate information from Line of Business Systems
  • Take advantage of publishing and content oriented capabilities
  • Create collaborative interactions around business processes
  • Design multi-site topologies with complex security and isolation needs, such as  a partner extranet

· Build applications that are easier to scale, maintain, and grow

  • Improve maintainability, testability, and layering through patterns
  • Use techniques to improve flexibility, diagnostics, operations and performance
  • Show how to use SharePoint’s feature and solution framework

· Improve application quality through testing

  • Demonstrates unit testing and integration testing SharePoint applications
  • Describe experiences with acceptance testing SharePoint applications including stress and scale testing

· Improve and accelerate team productivity

  • Accelerate adoption of recommended practices with library components
  • Show how to build an effective team development environment
  • Understand fundamental design and implementation decisions

Check this link for more details: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd203468.aspx

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Patterns & Practices – Developing SharePoint Applications‏

Guidance for building collaborative applications that extend your LOB systems

This guidance helps architects and developers design, build, and test intranet and enterprise-scale SharePoint applications. Two reference implementations demonstrate solutions to common issues, and a library provides reusable components that can help you with your own development projects.

Developing SharePoint Applications guidance helps customers accelerate constructing advanced applications through examples and documentation. The guidance compliments product documentation and helps architects and developers in the following areas:

· Use SharePoint capabilities to make more powerful applications

  • Integrate information from Line of Business Systems
  • Take advantage of publishing and content oriented capabilities
  • Create collaborative interactions around business processes
  • Design multi-site topologies with complex security and isolation needs, such as  a partner extranet

· Build applications that are easier to scale, maintain, and grow

  • Improve maintainability, testability, and layering through patterns
  • Use techniques to improve flexibility, diagnostics, operations and performance
  • Show how to use SharePoint’s feature and solution framework

· Improve application quality through testing

  • Demonstrates unit testing and integration testing SharePoint applications
  • Describe experiences with acceptance testing SharePoint applications including stress and scale testing

· Improve and accelerate team productivity

  • Accelerate adoption of recommended practices with library components
  • Show how to build an effective team development environment
  • Understand fundamental design and implementation decisions

Check this link for more details: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd203468.aspx

Quick Links:

 

Visual Studio 2010 – my read bits

Read some articles about new Microsoft Visual Studio 2010. Here are some major points I liked well while reading.

 

  1. Support for Windows Azure platform – The new trend “Cloud Computing”
  2. Parallel application support – Let your application a powerful one. (Framework 4.0 have P-Linq etc.)
  3. New WPF based IDE – some good features are:
    • Inline call hierarchy
    • Highlight References etc.
  4. Improved TDD (Test Driven Development) features
  5. MVC!!!
  6. JQuery!!!
  7. Silverlight!!!
  8. SharePoint Development – a relief
    • WebParts, Application Pages, User Controls, List definitions, List instances, site definitions, workflows, event receivers, Business Data Catalog models, Content Types
    • Debugging, Intellisense, Statement Completion
    • Application Page Designer
    • Feature Designer
    • Server Explorer
  9. Windows 7 Development
  10. Office Business Development
  11. Architecture Explorer!!!
 

Visual Studio 2010 – my read bits

Read some articles about new Microsoft Visual Studio 2010. Here are some major points I liked well while reading.

 

  1. Support for Windows Azure platform – The new trend “Cloud Computing”
  2. Parallel application support – Let your application a powerful one. (Framework 4.0 have P-Linq etc.)
  3. New WPF based IDE – some good features are:
    • Inline call hierarchy
    • Highlight References etc.
  4. Improved TDD (Test Driven Development) features
  5. MVC!!!
  6. JQuery!!!
  7. Silverlight!!!
  8. SharePoint Development – a relief
    • WebParts, Application Pages, User Controls, List definitions, List instances, site definitions, workflows, event receivers, Business Data Catalog models, Content Types
    • Debugging, Intellisense, Statement Completion
    • Application Page Designer
    • Feature Designer
    • Server Explorer
  9. Windows 7 Development
  10. Office Business Development
  11. Architecture Explorer!!!