Category Archives: Visual Studio 2012

Build SSRS 2008 R2 and SSRS 2012 reports using Visual Studio 2012

The Microsoft SQL Server product team finally released the long awaited SQL Server Data tools – BI templates for Visual Studio 2012. This release installs the SQL Server Business Intelligence projects for Analysis Services, Integration Services, and Reporting Services. Among … Continue reading

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Install the Windows Phone 8.0 Emulator without installing Visual Studio 2012 (or how to test local SharePoint sites on a Windows Phone 8.0 device)

I recently wrote this post on launching the Windows Phone 8.0 emulator without launching Visual Studio 2012. One of the reasons to be able to use the emulator without the need for Visual Studio could be when you only want … Continue reading

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Launch Windows Phone 8 Emulator without launching Visual Studio 2012

One of a recent pre-sales engagements that I was working on required me to demo the BI capabilities of SharePoint 2010 on a Windows 8 phone device. Considering that it needed to be projected for the benefit of the audience and the … Continue reading

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Speaking on SP 2010 Development using Visual Studio 2012 at the VS 2012 launch event @Microsoft Innovation & Policy Center, DC

I am excited to be speaking tomorrow at the Microsoft Innovation & Policy Center in DC on building Modern collaboration apps with Visual Studio 2012 for SharePoint 2010. Following is the agenda for the session: Collaboration apps trends and SharePoint … Continue reading

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SharePoint storyboarding using Visual Studio 2012

I’ve always loved Visual Studio as an IDE not just because how easy it has made designing solutions and writing the code but since the past few releases how easy it has made end to end application lifecycle management with the … Continue reading

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