Monthly Archives: July 2013

Wizard style InfoPath forms?

I took a look around to see how people how people have been creating wizard style infopath forms. I found a ton of examples and a few that really stood out. Check them out…

Creating a Wizard-Style Browser-Enabled InfoPath Form

InfoPath 2010 – one form, multiple views


Codeplex – Microsoft Ajax Minifier

You can find a lot of promising projects on codeplex. I’m going to document as I try out these solutions.

Project Description: The Microsoft Ajax Minifier enables you to improve the performance of your web applications by reducing the size of your Cascading Style Sheet and JavaScript files.

Rating: Pass

Link: http://ajaxmin.codeplex.com/

My Thoughts: I’m not sure why the css and js files aren’t already minified in SharePoint, but with this tool you can get it done quickly. This is a simple tool to use and even allows you to un-minify your files so you can edit them. It is an extra step to minify your files, but you get the best possible performance when you do.


Codeplex – Image Resizer for Windows

You can find a lot of promising projects on codeplex. I’m going to document as I try out these solutions.

Project Description: Image Resizer for Windows is a utility that lets you resize one or more selected image files directly from Windows Explorer by right-clicking.

Rating: Pass

Link: http://imageresizer.codeplex.com/

My Thoughts: This is a huge time saver. Getting images ready for SharePoint can be time consuming, but with this tool it’s easy.