In this short video, Daniel Broekman, a program manager on the InfoPath product team, will show how you can customize a SharePoint List Form in less than 5 minutes using InfoPath 2010. (NOTE: this is a higher resolution version…
Forms and Workflows are important for automating business processes. Companies usually rely on programmers to create the forms and workflows using code. Not anymore! With InfoPath 2010 and SharePoint Designer 2010, you can create powerful data driven form
composite solutions on your SharePoint…
In this video demo, Phil Newman, a program manager on the InfoPath team shows how you can write managed code in an InfoPath form to add items to a SharePoint list, and then publish this form as a sandboxed solution to SharePoint.
In InfoPath 2010, forms with code can now be published directly…
In this InfoPath 2010 video demo, Jill Anderson from the InfoPath test team introduces one of the newest members of the InfoPath Object Model, the "ServerInfo" class. She shows how you can use the members of this class to enable your form to submit data
using a relative URL. This enables…
In this video demo, Phil Newman, a program manager on the InfoPath product team shows how to add a dynamic map to a SharePoint Contacts list form using InfoPath 2010 and a Bing Maps REST Web Service data connection.
For full instructions see our post on the
InfoPath Team Blog.
In this short video demo, Matt Bielich from the InfoPath test team shows how you can add a rating control to your InfoPath 2010 forms using picture buttons.
This video is also available on the
InfoPath Team Blog.
In this video demo, Phil Newman, a program manager on the InfoPath team talks about how SharePoint sandboxed solutions allow you to publish InfoPath forms with code without requiring a farm administrator to approve and upload them.
He walks through how to add code to a form to sort repeating…
In this InfoPath 2010 video demo, Phil Newman from the InfoPath program management team shares some tips and tricks for debugging InfoPath forms with sandboxed code on SharePoint server 2010.
Links to the tools used in this demo are available on the
InfoPath team blog.
One of the powerful new features in InfoPath 2010 is the InfoPath Form Web Part.
This is the 1st in a series of videos where we will show how to use the InfoPath Form Web Part to create rich mashups on portal pages in SharePoint, without writing a single line of code.
In this video, Nick…