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:
– 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.
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 🙂
The award-winning Easy Tabs Web Part…sounds good, but now the title is more complicated than the Web Part itself 😉
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 😉
Congratulations!!!! Well deserved. It is an excellent solution.
Congratulations Christophe!!! Job well done, the best web part and it is very easy practical/useful.
Super dude, your Easy Tabs are really Rocking 🙂 .
One thing i was thinking if i want to show two webparts in a single tab then how can we achieve this?
Akhilesh, the first step would be to provide a rule that will tell the script which Web Parts go together.
Congratulations! We make extensive use of the easy tab, and the enhanced tabs. They have been a real life-saver!