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Sharepoint 2010 Web Parts in Actionby Wictor Wilen
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If you look at a SharePoint application you'll find that most of its active components are Web Parts. SharePoint 2010 includes dozens of prebuilt Web Parts that you can use. It also provides an API that lets you build custom Web Parts using C# or VB.NET.
SharePoint 2010 Web Parts in Actionis a comprehensive guide to deploying, customizing, and creating Web Parts. Countless examples walk you through everything from design, to development, deployment, troubleshooting, and upgrading. Because Web Parts are ASP.NET controls, you'll learn to use Visual Studio 2010 to extend existing Web Parts and to build custom components from scratch.What's Inside
This book is written for application developers working with SharePoint 2010. Knowing Visual Studio 2010 is helpful but not required.
Purchase of the print book comes with an offer of a free PDF, ePub, and Kindle eBook from Manning. Also available is all code from the book.
Learn proven methods for solving the Enterprise Content Management (ECM) needs of your organization — and apply these skills with Microsoft® SharePoint® 2010. With this practical, straightforward guide, you'll delve into the issues and risks of content management, and address those challenges with powerful SharePoint ECM capabilities, whether you're a manager, CIO, or marketing professional.
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.
About the Author
Ben Robb has been working with Microsoft enterprise content management products for over a decade. As a SharePoint MVP for the last 4 years, he has substantial contact with the Microsoft Product Teams responsible for SharePoint, and has helped guide the product focus. He speaks frequently at international conferences on the subject of Enterprise Content Management. He is CTO at cScape, a digital consultant firm based in the UK, helping customers guide their ECM strategy and SharePoint adoption.
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