- Why I writing this blog here… We are in MOSS 2007, everyone need to plan to learn and implement Sharepoint 14 once released onwards… Here I added some new features and screen shots from microsoft Vedios.
- MOSS 2007 – 32 bit , SharePoint 14 – 64 bit
- Look and feel highly improved, prefered Browser – Later IE 7.
- I will attached some screen shots from microsoft see below
Despite this look into the SharePoint 2010, it seems to be very quiet so far in the greater sharepoint Developers. Sure, lots of people are pointing to the videos, some even saying things are looking pretty good, but we’ve haven’t been able to dig up any real reviews or thoughts. get that vedios from below link
SharePoint Server 2010 will be 64-bit only.
SharePoint Server 2010 will require 64-bit Windows Server 2008 or 64-bit Windows Server 2008 R2.
SharePoint Server 2010 will require 64-bit SQL Server 2008 or 64-bit SQL Server 2005.
Internet Explorer 6 and later and Firefox, and Safri
Designer – SharePoint Designer 14 /2020
New Features in SharePoint 14
1. A new user interface
An intuitive and contextual web user interface that makes users more effective, provides better performance
2. Web Edit and Rich Theming
Web Edit allows users to easily customize a site. Rich Theming allows user to skin their SharePoint site using their favorite office client themes.
3. Silverlight Web Part
The Silverlight Web Part lets you quickly and securely integrate Silverlight applications and rich media into your site taking the user experience to another level.
4. Visio Services
Visio Services lets you share data linked diagrams in real time with interactive experience. It is not required to have Visio.
5. Business Connectivity Services
Business Connectivity Services (BCS) allows connecting to Line-of-Business applications, web services and databases enabling users to interact and update it easily in the web and in the office client.
6. SharePoint Workspace
SharePoint Workspace lets you take your SharePoint lists and libraries offline including the ability to update content and sync it back in when you are re-connected.
7. Streamlined Central Administration
Everything is at your fingertips within Central Administration. It makes configuring and managing your server farm quicker and easier.
8. Best Practices Analyzer
Best Practices Analyzer provides extensible rules based engine that monitors farm health, and can automatically fix many common configuration and performance issues right out-of-the box.
9. Usage Reporting and Logging
The database schema gives the power and flexibility of writing our own reports in addition to the ones provided already. Insight into server usage and performance becomes easier.
10. Visual Studio 2010 tools
Includes new tools for creating, packaging and debugging SharePoint solutions.
11. LINQ for SharePoint
Offers SharePoint developers to access and join the SharePoint list data easily.
12. Developer Dashboard
Developer Dashboard can be enabled on any SharePoint page for development and debugging purposes. It helps developers write better code by providing diagnostic information.
13. Client Object Model
Client Object Model is a new programming interface where code runs on a user’s client machine against a local object model and interacts with data on the SharePoint server.
14. Large List Resource Throttling
Gives granular control over the server performance impact of large list and libraries that contain several thousand to millions of items.
15. Deploy and debug from Visual Studio
You should be able to build, deploy and debug SharePoint applications directly from Visual Studio! If this is true, it will save us a lot of time!
SharePoint Products and Technologies: 2010 (Technical Preview) Developer Documentation – Click here to Download
For reference Screen Shots
SP Designer Look
UI Workspace view
Sharepoint 2010 is a NEW look and feel and many developer friendly version. But many restritions for Installation, Browsers, .Net version, OS and so on.
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Published by NS, Jenkins on 31 Aug 2009 at 01:52 pm