cakriwut - Sep 1, 2014Introducing Solution Deployer Nuget http://t.co/DFm1RCSuuB
English SharePoint Solution Deployer, by Matthias Einig has been around from 2012. You can find it in Codeplex - SPSD SharePoint Solution Deployer here. Initially it was targeted for SharePoint 2007 deployment but has been evolved many times and now it support SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013. There is big change from SPSD SharePoint 2007 and SPSD SharePoint 2010/2013 version. The former is using MSBuild task to perform the delivery, while the later is using PowerShell to do the delivery.
cakriwut - Sep 1, 2014Introducing Installation Package MsBuild http://t.co/DgnxotL6yT
English After the 3 series of Progressive Solution Installation Package using Nuget, many are asking whether we can streamline the process to create the installation package. My answer is YES. Today I want to introduce Installation Package MsBuild which has been published through Nuget. To start using this tools, type in your Visual Studio package manager. So, what will it does? The InstallationPkgBuild will convert any .NET project (library, console, SharePoint etc.
cakriwut - Sep 1, 2014Progressive Solution Installation Package using Nuget (part-3) http://t.co/s6Qtm4vglQ
[…] Progressive Solution Installation Package using Nuget (part-3) […]
English Previously in the part-1 and part-2, we discuss the problem to create installation package in a complex project. We choose to use Nuget package instead of creating MSI, as Nuget implements OPC and very close to developer activities. Moreover it still serve our purpose to create versioned package, where version number of the installation package is embedded in the package itself. In this part, I continue to provide an example to package SharePoint Solution (WSP) into an installation package.
English We continue our discussion to create installation package for our complex project. To remind you, a complex project is a software development project that delivers many component in the BOM (SharePoint WSP, scripts, batch files, etc.) See part-1 here. Defining Package Format As the title suggest, our package format is Nuget. Nuget is the package manager for the Microsoft development platform - so we expect that every developer is familiar with the tool.
cakriwut - Sep 1, 2014Progressive Solution Installation Package using Nuget (part-2) http://t.co/MoDVdfIWaA