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Building Web Applications with Microsoft(r) Office Sharepoint(r) Designer 2007 Step by Stepby John Jansen
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Teach yourself how to create rich, dynamic Web applications with Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007. Master the tools for managing user input and backend processes—without coding—and deliver the smart solutions your business needs.
Your all-in-one learning experience includes:
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Using this book/CD-ROM package, readers will learn how to build no-code Web applications with SharePoint Designer 2007. The guide walks through several applications that enable teams to be more productive, giving readers a chance to create web site navigation controls, ASP.NET controls, data views, and workflows. These skills can be used to address the needs of any team whose members need to work collaboratively. The CD-ROM contains practice files and sample lists for working through the book's exercises, plus an electronic version of the book, and a computer dictionary in e-book format. SharePoint Designer 2007 must be purchased separately. Readers should have previous background on how SharePoint Designer works. Jansen is a software design engineer at Microsoft. Annotation ©2009 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
SharePoint is Microsoft's platform for building portals for managing and sharing content, such as documents, database information, and key business metrics. Web Parts are the core building blocks of all SharePoint applications.
SharePoint 2010 Web Parts in Action teaches readers to use and customize SharePoint 2010's default Web Parts and to build custom Web Parts. Numerous examples illustrate everything from design to development to deployment and more. The book is focused on the SharePoint 2010 release and highlights the new features and tools.
Sharpen your SharePoint development skills with this complete and concrete guide to Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 and Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. This book shows you how to develop real-world solutions with techniques for extending and customizing the SharePoint environment with Microsoft Visual Studio® 2010. You'll find numerous examples, mostly in C#, that exemplify best practices for SharePoint development.
Major topics include:
You'll also learn how to work with Microsoft Silverlight® Web Parts, claims-based authentication, Business Connectivity Services, and more. It's the pragmatic, everyday reference that every SharePoint developer needs.
About the Author
Paolo Pialorsi is a consultant, trainer, and author who specializes in developing distributed applications architectures and Microsoft SharePoint enterprise solutions. He is the author of Programming Microsoft LINQ and Introducing Microsoft LINQ (Microsoft Press), and has written three Italian-language books about XML and Web Services. Paolo is one of the content owners of the Italian edition of the Microsoft SharePoint Conference, and a popular speaker at industry conferences.
Table of Contents
IntroductionFeatures and Conventions of This BookUsing the Companion CDGetting HelpChapter 1: Working with Web ApplicationsChapter 2: Working with SharePoint Sites in SharePoint DesignerChapter 3: Accessing the Styles Behind SharePoint PagesChapter 4: Creating Layout with Cascading Style SheetsChapter 5: Working with Master PagesChapter 6: Creating Custom Navigation ControlsChapter 7: Creating Data Sources in SharePointChapter 8: Creating Data ViewsChapter 9: Using ASP.NET and SharePoint Controls in Data ViewsChapter 10: Using Parameters in a Data ViewChapter 11: Customizing List Forms and PagesChapter 12: Using the Windows Workflow FoundationAppendix : About the AuthorAppendix : Acknowledgements
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