SharePoint Client Browser v1.2, get it while it’s hot!

The release is out since January 13th, but didn’t got the time to write about it. I have released a new version of the SharePoint Client Browser 2013 (#SPCB). It supports new nodes like associated Visitor, Member and Owner groups of a web object and showing the User Custom Actions for site, web and list object.

But the biggest investment is around User Profiles! Check out this post below.

Enjoy this new version of the SharePoint Client Browser and show your gratitude by adding a review on this page. Download can be found here.

SharePoint Client Browser - Main Screen - v1.2

User Profiles support improved!

The biggest update is within the User Profile area. Version 1.1 was limited to only showing the current user’s properties and peers.

SharePoint Client Browser v1.1 support for User Profiles

The new version shows not only the current user, but retrieves other users via the Search CSOM and retrieves their data as well.

SharePoint Client Browser v1.2 extended support for User Profiles

As shown above not only the User Profile properties and Peers are loaded, but lots of new properties is loaded as well allowing to create rich applications who use the User Profile data. Support is based on the Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.UserProfiles namespace and contains per user profile the following information:

  • User Profile properties
  • Peers
  • Direct Reports
  • Extended Managers
  • Extended Reports
  • Followed Tags (only current user)
  • Followers
  • Suggestions (only current user)
  • People Followed by User

Download SharePoint Client Browser

 Download the SharePoint 2013 Client Browser v1.2 here!

Enjoy this new version of the SharePoint Client Browser and show your gratitude by adding a review on this page.

Podcasts to keep track of

PODCASTS!To keep myself up-to-speed with the fast moving world of IT, I listen to different podcasts while driving.

The Podcasts collection of the Music hub in Windows Phone automatically downloads the latest audio/video files for offline access.

If your using a Dutch Microsoft Account, and many other localized accounts, the Podcasts collection is not available in the Music hub and you can use the PODCASTS! app for Windows Phone.

What podcasts do I keep track of? Since my focus is SharePoint, most of these are SharePoint focused.