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jPoint - jQuery for SharePoint forms, lists, webparts, and webservices
This framework helps you to do cascading filters in dropdowns lookups columns in SharePoint 2010. It supports more than 20 items scenario, then it works fine with select and also with input tag. And also lets more than one cascade relationship. It is very easy to configure.
This map web part utilizes both the SharePoint API and the Virtual Earth API and enables you to enter addresses into a SharePoint list and those addresses will be plotted within the map webpart. It comes with two views, the address view and the map view. By placing two map web...
This versatile SharePoint 2010 webpart allows you to display geographical points using Google Maps. It can get name, description and coordinates of each point from connected list webpart, configured list or directly from URL. It supports coordinates in many formats.
This is a Sharepoint Webpart project started on binaryjam.com that uses silverlight to display the contents of a sharepoint image library list. The initial release works with the Silverlight RC1 and Alpha Refresh of the same time period. The Webpart was designed for Sharepoi...
This is a jQuery library which abstracts SharePoint's Web Services and makes them easier to use. It also includes functions which use the various Web Service operations to provide more useful (and cool) capabilities. It works entirely client side and requires no server install.
Quick share messages with your team members in SharePoint using the SPMessaging WebPart. POC using SP, Ajax & jQuery. You can see all messages of all people having read access to the site.You can customize it by using the WebPart properties. Message Storage in a SharePoint list.
The Webcoda Sharepoint Tweeter Webpart allows users to post short messages or status updates within a webpart. These Twitter-like communications can be posted and read by everyone that has access to the Sharepoint site.
The purpose of this webpart is to provide a way for SharePoint administrators to embed a "Contact Us" form inside a SharePoint v3 web site (WSS 3.0 or MOSS 2007). By default, this webpart sends an email to a configurable recipient address. It is also AJAX-based to avoid a pag...