ECMAscript

Creating a Sandboxed Visual Web Part from the To-do List

March 3, 2011

In my previous blog post I showed you how to create a to-do list with ECMAscript, the only problem is that you need to append the HTML and JavaScript code to a Content Editor Web Part. This isn’t very flexible and therefore I made this blog post. The purpose of this post is to show you how to add this code to a Sandboxed Visual Web Part.

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Creating a To-do List with ECMAscript

February 24, 2011

In one of my previous post I created a task manager with ECMAscript. In this post I will go a step further and create a to-do list. This to-do list that enables you to add new items, delete items and mark them as completed. To-do list final result Download the solution package

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Task Status Manager With ECMAscript and jQuery UI

February 1, 2011

What if you could manage your task statuses by just a drag and drop action? Wouldn’t that be cool? This was the idea that a colleague and I had last week. Concept For this concept I am only going to use the following task statuses: Not Started In Progress Completed To visualise the task items, I have created three task status blocks.

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Visualise SP2010 Rest Data With Google Visualization API

January 21, 2011

Some time ago I was testing out the Google Visualization API with SharePoint 2010 Rest functionality. The Google Visualization API is very handy if you want to visualize your data. My intention was to create a pie chart to visualise the task statuses. The data was consumed from the SharePoint 2010 REST service with the help of jQuery.

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