Beginning SharePoint 2013. Building Business Solutions

  • ID: 2330840
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  • 672 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Build successful business solutions with SharePoint 2013

Following on the heels of successful previous editions, this perennial bestseller is completely updated for the latest iteration of SharePoint. The team of authors walks you through building business solutions using SharePoint 2013, while providing real–world scenarios and detailed descriptions that highlight best practices for configuration and customization. Featuring new chapters that discuss managing permissions and working with Access Services, this ideal introductory guide shows you how to efficiently handle a variety of SharePoint challenges that you may face and gives you the tools you need to put this popular content management platform to work for you.

Beginning SharePoint 2013: Building Business Solutions:

  • Walks you through working with SharePoint workflows, content types, Web Parts, social features, sites, workspaces, and more
  • Helps you manage and customize lists and libraries
  • Discusses branding and the user experience
  • Introduces web content management
  • Addresses managing forms, permissions, and records

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INTRODUCTION xxv

CHAPTER 1: UNDERSTANDING SHAREPOINT 1

CHAPTER 2: WORKING WITH SHAREPOINT LIST APPS 21

CHAPTER 3: WORKING WITH LIBRARY APPS 55

CHAPTER 4: MANAGING AND CUSTOMIZING LISTS AND LIBRARIES 85

CHAPTER 5: WORKING WITH WORKFLOWS 129

CHAPTER 6: WORKING WITH CONTENT TYPES 161

CHAPTER 7: WORKING WITH WEB PARTS 197

CHAPTER 8: WORKING WITH SITES 227

CHAPTER 9: MANAGING PERMISSIONS 263

CHAPTER 10: WORKING WITH BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE 291

CHAPTER 11: WORKING WITH SOCIAL FEATURES 355

CHAPTER 12: MANAGING FORMS 387

CHAPTER 13: WORKING WITH ACCESS SERVICES 431

CHAPTER 14: BRANDING AND THE USER EXPERIENCE 463

CHAPTER 15: GETTING STARTED WITH WEB CONTENT MANAGEMENT 485

CHAPTER 16: MANAGING RECORDS 517

CHAPTER 17: WORKING WITH SEARCH 557

CHAPTER 18: BUILDING SOLUTIONS IN SHAREPOINT 585

APPENDIX A: INSTALLING SHAREPOINT SERVER 2013 599

APPENDIX B: EXERCISE SOLUTIONS 605

INDEX 617

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Amanda Perran is a cofounder of SharePoint Mentors and seven–time recipient of the Microsoft MVP award for SharePoint.

Shane Perran is a cofounder of SharePoint Mentors and five–time recipient of the Microsoft MVP award for SharePoint.

Jennifer Mason is a SharePoint MVP and a senior SharePoint consultant at Rackspace Hosting.

Laura Rogers is a SharePoint MVP and a senior SharePoint consultant at Rackspace Hosting.

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