Pro SharePoint 2010 Development for Office 365

Overview

It’s no secret that cloud-based computing is the next big movement in IT, and Microsoft is right there in the market with Office 365—a cloud-based productivity suite which includes a hosted, cloud-focused version of SharePoint 2010.

SharePoint 2010 developers who have traditionally developed for on-premise environments will suddenly find themselves being asked to develop for the cloud. While there is a lot of overlap between cloud-based and traditional SharePoint development, ...

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Overview

It’s no secret that cloud-based computing is the next big movement in IT, and Microsoft is right there in the market with Office 365—a cloud-based productivity suite which includes a hosted, cloud-focused version of SharePoint 2010.

SharePoint 2010 developers who have traditionally developed for on-premise environments will suddenly find themselves being asked to develop for the cloud. While there is a lot of overlap between cloud-based and traditional SharePoint development, there are also some important differences and considerations that must be taken into account as well. In particular, the proliferation of cloud-based solutions was a driving force behind certain new features in SharePoint 2010, like sandboxed solutions and the new client object model.

As the devil is always in the details, Pro SharePoint 2010 Development for Office 365 helps you navigate the changes and develop compelling applications and solutions for SharePoint Online in Office 365. Authors Dave Milner, Bart McDonough, and Paul Stork bring to the table decades of experience in real-world development of solutions for customers—expertise that is the practical result of what works in real-world customer environments. This proven team will cover with you the architectural landscape that SharePoint in the cloud represents, discuss the steps in setting up a development environment, and cover multiple real-world development approaches, technologies, and considerations.

What you’ll learn

  • Explicit advice for setting up development environments to work with Office 365
  • Coverage of possibilities for development including browser, SharePoint Designer, and Visual Studio
  • Real-world development approaches
  • In-depth coverage of sandboxed solutions including specific Office 365 considerations
  • How to integrate InfoPath into an Office 365 SharePoint Online environment
  • How to develop and deploy Silverlight applications within SharePoint Online
  • Instructions for incorporating the most popular web development language— JavaScript—and the most popular add-on—jQuery
  • Instructions for working with HTML5 and CSS3 with SharePoint Online

Who this book is for

Online developers will find Pro SharePoint 2010 Development for Office 365 most useful. Developers for SharePoint and .NET developers interested in SharePoint solutions for Office 365 will greatly benefit from a clear approach and road map to get into developing for SharePoint in an Office 365 environment. Online developers without a background in SharePoint will also greatly benefit from a concise approach to focusing on necessary concepts and components to get up to speed quickly in developing solutions for SharePoint Office 365.

Table of Contents

  1. Getting Started with Office 365 and SharePoint Online
  2. SharePoint Online Development Overview
  3. Setting Up a Development Environment for SharePoint Online
  4. Basic Customization Using Only a Browser
  5. Taking It to the Next Level with SharePoint Designer
  6. InfoPath Forms and SharePoint Online
  7. Custom Development with Visual Studio
  8. SharePoint Designer
  9. Intro to Client-Side Development
  10. Client-Side Development with Silverlight
  11. Developing with jQuery, HTML5, and CSS3
  12. Hybrid On-Premise/Online Solutions
  13. Office 365 Preview (Office 2013)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781430241829
  • Publisher: Apress
  • Publication date: 11/21/2012
  • Edition description: New
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 268
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Dave Milner is a senior SharePoint architect and the products lead at ShareSquared, where he builds SharePoint products and helps companies implement their SharePoint solutions. Dave is a technology professional with deep understanding of Microsoft technologies, including 19 years of IT experience and experience with Microsoft technologies spanning over a decade. Dave holds a master's in business administration with a technology management focus, and is a Microsoft Certified Trainer. He has also obtained other advanced Microsoft certifications in the .NET and SharePoint areas. He also a certified Scrum Master, having successfully implementing Scrum methodologies with several application development and solution teams. In the technology community, Dave is a frequent speaker and trainer at local and national SharePoint and .NET related events. He serves on the leadership team of COSPUG (the Colorado SharePoint User Groups) and helps run the local branch in Colorado Springs; he's also involved in other local technology groups. When he's not working on technology, Dave enjoys the outdoors of Colorado Springs where he lives with his wife and two children.

Bart McDonough is a Principal Consultant at Neudesic as well as the owner of Incline Technical Group. Neudesic is a Microsoft National Systems Integrator and Gold-Certified partner specializing in providing reliable and effective solutions on Microsoft's technology platform. Incline Technical Group is a Microsoft partner specializing in providing high-quality training around modern Microsoft technologies. Bart has been working with Microsoft technologies for more than 12 years and has been working with SharePoint since 2007. In recent years, he has chosen to focus heavily on Office 365 and SharePoint Online as well as client-side development for SharePoint. He is also a Microsoft-Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) in SharePoint 2010 application development. An avid hiker and skier, Bart moved with his wife from northwest Florida to Colorado Springs, Colorado, in 2005 and has never looked back. The Colorado Front Range has a vibrant technology community and an innovative, business-friendly atmosphere that offers a lot of opportunities. Bart has always been a fan of sharing ideas and knowledge, which he has been able to do as an active member of the Colorado SharePoint User Group (COSPUG) that meets in both Colorado Springs and Denver. He has also presented at conferences such as SharePoint Saturday and SharePoint Fest. When Bart isn't working with clients, producing training materials, or presenting at a user group or conference, he's probably hiking one of Colorado's "14-ers" (mountains that peak at 14,000+ feet above sea level) or cruising down the ski slopes along the Continental Divide.


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