Yesterday, I came across a post by Ben Tedder: http://www.bentedder.com/freebie-sharepoint-document-navigator-1-0-built-wjquery-mobile-and-spservices/ outlining a solution that he has developed and made available on Codeplex. The solution is currently free and is built using: SPServices jQuery Mobile OOTB SharePoint 2010 features This solution can be used to present the content of a Document Library on a mobile device.
I found this issue whilst testing some of the SharePoint applications and thought I would share details of it to raise awareness of the issue. So far, I’m not sure whether this falls to Apple or Microsoft to fix; maybe both need to do something.
Exam 70-667 Earlier this year I wrote about how I sat exam 70-667 only to find that the exam questions had been updated to include Service Pack 1 and Office 365. It has taken a while but I’m now pleased to say that updated course material is now available. Course 10174A becomes 10174B:
News My news is that I’m very, very (extremely, ecstatically) pleased to announce that I’ve been asked to write product reviews exclusively for Nothing But SharePoint. Having only started this blog at the end of November last year as nothing but a hobby that I expected to fizzle out, this is a huge boost for me [...]
Is the software you use on your iPad really secure? ================================================================== Updated 27 March 2012: With the release of SharePlus v3 and Filamente 1.6, the issue described below has been resolved in those products. ================================================================== So, you’ve used a SharePoint client on an iOS device to access an Office 365 SharePoint site that you logged [...]
There is an increasingly growing list of options when it comes to working with SharePoint when mobile. I thought I would pull together a list of the various mobile SharePoint clients with a view to preparing reviews of them and settling on the best version for my own use: In the coming week or two [...]