A Prize for the Easy Tabs

A couple months ago, zevenseas started a non-assembly contest. The purpose was to “promote the development of small powerful SharePoint solutions that can be deployed without doing any server side coding”.

I entered the contest with three solutions:
–ย A tooltip for SharePoint lists and calendars, based on the jQuery Beauty Tips plugin.
– Tasks visualization: a tasks list enhanced to display visual indicators (task progress, KPIs, buttons, rating, etc.).
– the Easy Tabs

Last month I received the great news: the Easy Tabs got the first prize! Big thanks to zevenseas for their choice, and for their initiative to encourage creativity in the SharePoint community.

8 thoughts on “A Prize for the Easy Tabs

  1. Congratulations, Cristophe! So now we can prepend ‘award-winning’ to our already laudatory descriptions of Easy Tab and that’s fabulous. Well done!

    • Thanks Kevin ๐Ÿ™‚

      The award-winning Easy Tabs Web Part…sounds good, but now the title is more complicated than the Web Part itself ๐Ÿ˜‰

  2. Congrats, easily the best thing I’ve seen added for Sharepoint. Just make sure it works in 2010 as I bet this functionalitly won’t be there ๐Ÿ˜‰

  3. Congratulations Christophe!!! Job well done, the best web part and it is very easy practical/useful.


  4. Super dude, your Easy Tabs are really Rocking ๐Ÿ™‚ .

    One thing i was thinking if i want to show two webparts in a single tab then how can we achieve this?

  5. Congratulations! We make extensive use of the easy tab, and the enhanced tabs. They have been a real life-saver!

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