SharePoint Client Browser (preview) released

Last Saturday I introduced the SharePoint 2013 Client Browser (preview) tool during my session on SharePoint Saturday Holland 2013. I’ve got some enthusiastic feedback and now it’s time to finally release the preview version!

Remote SharePoint development is getting more important. Especially with SharePoint Apps. To speed up development, find hidden lists/items/documents, discover the structure or specific artifact properties use the SharePoint Client Browser which supports both SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013.
This WinForm tool does not need installation but simply unzip the download and start the EXE file. Next step, connect to your on-premise or Office 365 site collection.

More information and download: https://spcb.codeplex.com/

SharePoint 2013 Client Browser

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11 Comments

  1. Great job! I’ll definitely gonna give it a go.

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  2. Andre Lage

     /  July 3, 2013

    Dont list the property bags?

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    • Bram de Jager

       /  July 6, 2013

      The upcoming period I’ll hope to update and add features to the tool.

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      • Andre Lage

         /  July 16, 2013

        Hi again,

        I forgot to add the following point,
        Thank you for sharing the tool,i t is very useful 🙂

        Sorry, i didn’t want to be rude.

      • Bram de Jager

         /  August 13, 2013

        The new version of SharePoint 2013 Client Browser supports properties, please check http://spcb.codeplex.com.

      • Andre Lage

         /  August 16, 2013

        I saw the changes, nice improve. 🙂 thank you.

  3. Barend

     /  July 4, 2013

    Nice job man! I really like this tool and I’m glad we don’t have to be on a server to do this kind of stuff! Thx.

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  4. This tools looks great! Can’t wait to give it a go! Really helps people like myself. Cheers!

    John

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  5. Hi, When i try to connect SharePoint Online, i got this msoidclil.dll not found, any solution

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