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.
Get up and running in seconds, because 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 SharePoint Online (Office 365) site collection.
Note: Please provide feedback via
discussions and issues. I'm looking forward to your opinion, likes, new feature requests or issues you came across.
Why use this tool?
- Get insight in your site collection structure
- Find hidden lists, items or documents
- Discover artifact properties
- Easily start
PowerShell, via context menu, and run (scripted) queries against your remote site collection
- Support for both SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013
- Connect to on-premise or SharePoint Online (Office 365) site collections
- No installer
- Remote access from your desktop to site collection via Client Side Object Model (CSOM)
- Can run remote, no need to run on the SharePoint server itself
- Add site collections (File » Add Site)
- Recent site collections are stored locally (File » Recent Sites)
- Support for both SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013 based on CSOM
- Support for classic and claims authentication
- Support for anonymous and forms based authentication
- Support for Office 365 / SharePoint Online
- Treeview containing site collection and related components, like:
- Subwebs (including App Webs)
- List and libraries
- Site Columns
- Content Types
- Features (activated)
- Site Users
- Site Groups
- Associated Visitor, Member and Owner groups
- Taxonomy (Term Store)
- User Profiles
- Workflows Templates
- Workflow Associations
- Event Receivers (SharePoint 2013 only)
- List Templates
- Push Notifications (SharePoint 2013 only)
- Web Templates
- Role Assigments
- Role Definitions
- Recycle Bin (first and second stage)
- Root Folder including subfolders and files
- User Custom Actions
- The treeview includes the hidden objects (shown in gray) next to the default objects
- Treenode context menu support for
- "Open in browser..."
- "Open PowerShell with CSOM",
- "Browse Settings..."
- "Browse MSDN Help"
- "Properties"-tab shows all selected class properties
- "Raw Data"-tab shows the list items based on the columns of a list or library
- "MSDN Help"-tab shows the MSDN Help article for the selected node / object class
- "Schema XML"-tab shows the schema XML for List, Content Type, Field and View
- Status bar showing selected node / object class (including a link to MSDN Help article)
- On startup checks if new version is available