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  • Will IF10 work with SP2007. Sure will do, if you still want to write code for functionality that should be available out of the box! If you don’t care about connecting your SharePoint List with your IF, and rather your IF look like IF… well then why even bother with IFT10 in that case. 
  • Visual UpgradeOk, I don’t infere visual upgrade as in SharePoint 2007 migrated to SP2010. I mean the ribbon has arrived in IFT10!We can now have real picture buttons / tabs in IF2010! Secondly we now have Designer and Filler … SharePoint 2010 list or InfoPath 2010 – how does it matter?Matters! Exactly! Why? Well for starters, we will see how much time it takes for us to convert a SPT10 list into an InfoPath Form. Oh how about creating a SPT10 List from IFT10 DesignerWait, we will see how you can manage lists from IFT10!So that is three ways SP/IF work in tandem, so it doesn’t really matter 
  • SharePoint 2010 list or InfoPath 2010 – how does it matter? – Now you can covert a SP List to IF. Wow! That’s is amazing! Creating IF with customizations without code, publishing all in matter of minutes! Create one from the other! – Create SP list from IF, Create IF from SP List, Create SP Columns from IF + Manage from IF… Ideal for online and offline scenarios – A lot of shortcomings with IF7 and browser based forms taken care of as we will see in the demos. Best of it, you can take your IF Offline! Whoa!Efficient and Effective – Quick Publish, Copy Rules, Layouts, Picture Buttons ….
  • SPS India

    1. 1. SharePoint 2010 & InfoPath 2010 <br />How they complement each other? Creating Business Applications without code and Mash up SharePoint Content!<br />
    2. 2. About Me<br /><ul><li>Based in Brisbane, Australia
    3. 3. Native of Mumbai, India
    4. 4. Independent SharePoint Consultant, Trainer, Evangelist
    5. 5. Contributing Author for Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Unleashed
    6. 6. Blog http://alpesh.nakars.com
    7. 7. SharePoint Resource Centre http://justsharepoint.com
    8. 8. SharePoint URL Shortening http://mysp.in
    9. 9. Twitter @alpesh - Mix of personal and tech tweets
    10. 10. Twitter @justsharepoint – Selective SharePoint tweets</li></li></ul><li>Overview of Session<br />InfoPath 2007 and SharePoint?<br />Why InfoPath 2010?<br />Let’s see who can do better – SharePoint 2010 List or InfoPath 2010 … demo!<br />Oh, I am going to drop this .. demo!<br />The real thing … business applications without code!!! … demo!<br />
    11. 11. Shortcomings of InfoPath 2007<br />InfoPath 2007 and SharePoint 2007 list did not even know each other!<br />You could not take InfoPath 2007 offline<br />Fancy Picture Buttons- you must be kidding!<br />It was all about rules and code… duh<br />How many clicks to get People Picker? <br />
    12. 12. Quick Review of InfoPath 2007<br />Demo of what it takes to create a ‘real’ InfoPath form in 2007 version.<br />
    13. 13. Bring on InfoPath 2010<br />SharePoint 2010 list or InfoPath 2010 – how does it matter?<br />Visual Upgrade! It’s all visual, quick and easy!<br />No code, new possibilities<br />
    14. 14. BOB World<br />To infer BOB – it’s Best Of Both (BOB) World<br />SharePoint 2010 list or InfoPath 2010 – how does it matter?<br />Create one from the other!<br />Ideal for online and offline scenarios<br />Efficient and Effective<br />
    15. 15. SharePoint or InfoPath (2010)<br />Demo of BOB!<br />
    16. 16. No Code Smarts<br />People picker, anyone?<br />Cascade shall we, without code<br />Rules are rules….<br />Let’s see in this demo, then how you can be smart without writing code<br />
    17. 17. Business Applications Mash up<br />The real thing – creating business applications with out code!<br />Mash up of your information! <br />
    18. 18. Questions<br />Questions / Answer<br />Recording of this session<br />Blog Posts on all demos <br />
    19. 19. Thanks to our sponsors<br />