Microsoft SharePoint 2010 development cookbook
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- Learn the most important SharePoint 2010 development skills quickly
- Progress through a carefully thought out selection of topics that build upon each other as you move through the book.
- Build “schema” for SharePoint data and leverage that schema appropriately in your application.
- Understand the important role SharePoint Designer 2010 can play alongside Visual Studio 2010.
- Learn from the author’s experience from years of SharePoint training and dozens of SharePoint software development projects.
Book DetailsLanguage : English
Paperback : 276 pages [ 235mm x 191mm ]
Release Date : December 2011
ISBN : 1849681503
ISBN 13 : 9781849681506
Author(s) : Ed Musters
Topics and Technologies : All Books, Enterprise Products and Platforms, Microsoft Servers, Cookbooks, Enterprise, Microsoft, Microsoft SharePoint
Table of ContentsPreface
Chapter 1: Setting Up a Development Environment
Chapter 2: SharePoint Development with Visual Studio
Chapter 3: Web Part Development
Chapter 4: Development with SharePoint Designer 2010
Chapter 5: Using the ClientOM and REST
Chapter 6: External Data
Chapter 7: SharePoint Workflows
Chapter 8: Web Content Management
- Chapter 1: Setting Up a Development Environment
- Selecting your virtual environment
- Installing and configuring Windows Server 2008 R2
- Installing and configuring SQL Server 2008 R2
- Installing and configuring SharePoint Server 2010
- Installing Microsoft Office 2010 Professional
- Installing Visio Premium 2010
- Installing SharePoint Designer 2010
- Installing Visual Studio 2010
- Installing recommended developer tools
- Setting up your first web application
- Chapter 2: SharePoint Development with Visual Studio
- Exploring Content Types and Site Columns
- Features and Solutions
- Creating new Site Columns
- Packaging SharePoint Solutions
- Creating new Content Types
- Creating document libraries with Content Types
- Feature Receivers
- List Event Receivers
- Feature Staplers
- Chapter 3: Web Part Development
- Exploring Web Parts in SharePoint 2010
- Creating and deploying Web Parts with Visual Studio 2010
- Creating Visual Web Parts
- Creating custom Web Part properties
- Creating Editor Parts for custom Web Part properties
- Creating Connected Web Parts
- Chapter 4: Development with SharePoint Designer 2010
- Exploring SharePoint Designer 2010
- Working with the XSLT List View Web Part
- Creating List Forms with SharePoint Designer
- Creating List Forms with InfoPath
- Enabling Inline Edit mode
- Chapter 5: Using the ClientOM and REST
- Retrieving data using LINQ to SharePoint
- Retrieving SharePoint data using the list data service
- Working with the .NET Client Object Model
- Working with the Silverlight Client Object Model
- Chapter 6: External Data
- Getting your data ready for the chapter
- Using the Data Form Web Part with SQL Server
- Using the Data Form Web Part with WCF data
- External Content Types and Lists
- Using Business Data Web Parts
- Chapter 7: SharePoint Workflows
- Using out-of-the-box workflows
- Copying and extending out-of-the-box workflows with SharePoint Designer 2010
- Using Visio 2010 to create workflows
- Using SharePoint Designer 2010 to implement Visio 2010 workflows
- Developing workflows in Visual Studio 2010
- Chapter 8: Web Content Management
- Creating Publishing Pages
- Modifying navigation settings
- Creating and Using Page Layouts
- SharePoint 2010 Branding
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What you will learn from this book
- Build a full and virtualized SharePoint Server and SharePoint development environment entirely from available trial (or MSDN) software
- Understand SharePoint 2010 development with Visual Studio – packaging with features and deploying with solutions
- Get to grips with “schema” SharePoint style – site columns, content types, and list definitions – as applied to a document library
- Explore cover web control development with SharePoint – including user controls and web parts
- Learn about the very important XSLT List View Web Part, and also about creating list forms with both ASPX and InfoPath
- Get introduced to retrieval of SharePoint data via Language Integrated Query (LINQ) and also via the List Data Service (REST)
- Learn how to connect to data that is “outside” of SharePoint either in databases or via web services.
- Use out of the box approval workflow and then extend that with SharePoint Designer 2010
- Go through a “non-developer” overview of the important “other side” of SharePoint – web content management
There is a heavy demand in the marketplace for SharePoint developers that you could take advantage of - if only you had the opportunity to acquire the relevant skills! But, SharePoint 2010 is a big old product with a steep learning curve – where do you begin?
This book has been designed to take the experienced ASP.NET developer from “beginner” to “professional” SharePoint developer in the shortest amount of time. You will be productive on you very first SharePoint development assignment with the knowledge and skills that you learn here. You will have distilled the essence of the author’s many years of training, and leading development teams in SharePoint.
This book uncovers the most common “pattern” of typical SharePoint development tasks encountered in the real world and puts the topics in a logical order with detailed step-by-step recipes for you to follow.
The practical example given builds and flows throughout the chapters and topics. By the end of this book, you will be able to apply the concepts to the challenges ahead of you!
The plan of the book is to build a relationship with the Author as your personal guide through the most common “pattern” of SharePoint development. In cookbook style, you will be led carefully step by step through a comprehensive set of recipes. The practical example starts quickly and builds logically throughout the chapters to create a common theme. You will be developing coding techniques that you will be able to apply to the real world. In fact, this book will train you for the first SharePoint development project you will join.
Who this book is for
This book is written for the ASP.NET developer who wants to get to the goal of “professional” SharePoint 2010 developer as quickly as possible, by learning the most important practical aspects of development that will be used in the real world.