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New version of Microsofts Project Siena released! Access Sharepoint Online and OnPremise

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Microsoft has released a new Version of Siena, a very handy tool to easily create LOB apps for Windows 8.x. I’ve played loads with Siena in the last few month and the most important Feature I was missing was accessing Sharepoint Online. With the new release this will work. But there are more great features coming.


  • Office 365 calendars, emails, contacts and files with Azure Active Directory integration
  • Read/write capability for SharePoint Online lists
  • Support for portrait and landscape aspect ratios
  • Grouping and multi-selection of visual elements
  • Support for Line Charts as a new visual element


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Written by Christoph Harding

November 19th, 2014 at 4:54 pm

Project Siena Beta 3 now available

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If you would like to design an app you need development skills – usually, but not with Project Siena. Siena which was just published as Beta 3 Version. Project Siena is a WYSIWYG development tool from Microsoft which enables everyone to create nice little apps for Windows 8 tablets.

The new version has great enhancements i.e. easier integration with social networks like Facebook or Twitter.

Please download the new version from Microsofts website.

Link: Microsoft Store (Free Download)

Written by Christoph Harding

July 14th, 2014 at 10:43 pm

Posted in Apps,Tablets

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Project Siena: Enabling Business Users to Create Mobile Apps for the Enterprise

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I’m back from vacation and it seems that in the last 3 weeks loads has going on! Microsoft has introduced Project Sienna which is a great tool for the LOB to create applications for Windows 8. Actually it’s a WYSIWYG Editor which helps to easily create a GUI for accessing data. On the TechNet blog you’ll find detailed Information and a great Video which Shows the power of Sienna. Please follow the link to TechNet to learn more.

Link: TechNet

Written by Christoph Harding

January 8th, 2014 at 9:21 am

Posted in Windows,Windows Phone

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