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Apr
18
comment Web part filtering
I would seriously reconsider the JavaScript notion. You may not like it, but it's a core part of SharePoint (already in 2007 but even bigger in 2010). JavaScript is really the way to get your site to work dynamically and light it up without having to write C# code. Low impact and easy to maintain. Discarding it is going to just make things more difficult and cause you to have to write server side code for things that don't really need it. SPServices + jQuery + 5 lines of code will get you what you need here.
Dec
18
comment Best practice for easy deployment of multiple solutions
Okay, check out Eli Robillards WSPSolution project on CodePlex here: codeplex.com/WSPSolution It supports any number of solution packages although you do have to structure your solution a specific way it is a good practice he provides here.
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