Twitter4SharePoint 1.0

Rating:        Based on 2 ratings
Reviewed:  2 reviews
Downloads: 78
Released: Jan 20, 2013
Updated: Jan 20, 2013 by ssahmed
Dev status: Alpha Help Icon

Recommended Download

Source Code TwitterWebPart
source code, 189K, uploaded Jan 20, 2013 - 48 downloads

Other Available Downloads

Documentation WebpartKeys
documentation, 15K, uploaded Jan 20, 2013 - 9 downloads
Example Screenshots
example, 69K, uploaded Jan 20, 2013 - 21 downloads

Release Notes

This is first release of Twitter4SharePoint project. It is a SharePoint web part that searches Twitter for any search term entered by the user. The project has licensing enabled. The webpart validates a license key. Without license key, webpart does not work. Purpose of this project was to demonstrate how to enable licensing in SharePoint projects. For this first version, we have a collection of 50 keys. You can issue one of these 50 keys to your users. Webpart will validates against the collection of these keys and allow user to use the search only if the license key is valid. Another aspect of this project is showing you how to obfuscate your code. The DLL generated has obfuscated code. This project shows from A to Z how you can create projects for business. Code is obfuscated, app cannot be used without a valid key. Also, project expires after a set period of time. You can configure these settings in the project. Download complete source code and play with it. We plan to extend this project soon. If you would like to work on it, let us know. We need resources to enhance the functionality. Thanks for downloading!

Reviews for this release

     
Perfect! Thank you so much. I anticipate joining your team soon. I think extending it is a good idea. I would like to see if it works in 2013 as well. Great work!
by marg12 on Jan 20, 2013 at 6:08 AM
     
Amazing work! I had been looking for a mechanism to implement licensing. Finally, I have found what I had been looking for for son long. I haven't tested it fully but licensing part works and that's what I needed the most. I cannot thank you enough. Keep up the good work!
by salmed22 on Jan 20, 2013 at 6:06 AM