Previously only bundled, you can now download a standalone version of the SkyDrive Pro client.
If you work with a lot of SharePoint documents, you can probably appreciate the appeal of syncing your SharePoint library content to your computer. Doing so brings the following benefits:
A recurring question that has come up is regarding which version & flavour of Visual Studio can and should be used for SharePoint- we are at a point where SP 2013 is coming on strong but many, many clients are going to be locked into SP 2010 for a while yet. Obviously an investment in software like Visual Studio should be made with the best balance of future-proofing and low cost possible. This post seeks to offer some advice on that.
Before considering server deployment targets, it’s important to understand the new workflow architecture in SP 2013. A new option exists when you build a workflow for SharePoint Server 2013. This option is called Platform Type. The figure shows the Platform Type option when you are creating a new workflow by using SharePoint Designer 2013.
Our sysadmin was having his mind blown by large SharePoint Usage Data database sizes (17 GB). Since the on-page guidance even recommends to not keep all that data logging unless you really need it (i.e. are actively monitoring it):
Here’s a quick round up of our four top picks for getting your SharePoint Development going on in the cloud. Why develop in the cloud instead of perhaps using a local dedicated or virtual development environment? Here’s ten reasons: