- Language: English
- 600 Pages
- Published: June 2012
Beginning SharePoint 2010 Development
- Published: June 2010
- 504 Pages
- John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Discover how to take advantage of the many new features in SharePoint 2010
SharePoint 2010 is a significant leap forward from the 2007 release, and 'you will find that there are a ton of features built into the platform for you to leverage in your solution development. Because SharePoint is a broad platform that covers a lot, this book also covers quite a bit of ground. As a Wrox Beginning book, the goal of Beginning SharePoint 2010 Development is to get you started with many of the fundamentals so that you can continue on to advanced programming beyond this book.
The book's goal is to quickly take you from the basics of SharePoint, to installing and configuring a development environment, and then into how you can develop for SharePoint. The book is heavy on coding exercises, but tries to stick to a common set of .NET patterns to ensure you walk away with understanding the different ways in which you can code for SharePoint. Moving from beginning to advanced means that you can expect the walkthroughs and chapters to become increasingly more complex within each chapter and throughout the book. The walkthroughs have been created to be concise and to guide you through all of the steps you must accomplish to complete a coding task.
Part I: Welcome to SharePoint 2010.
Chapter 1: Introduction to SharePoint 2010.
Chapter 2: Getting Started with SharePoint 2010 Development.
Part II: Getting Started with SharePoint Development.
Chapter 3: SharePoint 2010 Developer Tools.
Chapter 4: Common Developer Tasks in SharePoint 2010.
Chapter 5: Programming Ag ainst SharePoint 2010 Lists.
Chapter 6: Deploying SharePoint Web Parts.
Chapter 7: Creating Your First SharePoint 2010 Application.
Part III : Advanced Topics for SharePoint 2010 Development.
Chapter 8: Integrating Line-of-Business Data Using Business Connectivity Services.
Chapter 9: User Experiences for SharePoint with Silverlight.
Chapter 10: Developing Service-Oriented Applications for SharePoint 2010.
Chapter 11: Integrating SharePoint with Microsoft Office.
Chapter 12: Securing Your SharePoint 2010 Applications.
Part IV : Appendix.
Appendix : Where to Go from Here.
Steve Fox is a Technical Evangelist in the Developer Platform Evangelism group at Microsoft. He's worked in the IT industry for over 15 years, in areas such as natural language, search, developer tools, and more recently Office Business Application and SharePoint development. Steve also presents at many conferences such as TechEd, VSLive, DevConnections, SAP TechEd, among others, and has written a number of articles for MSDN Magazine.