Pro SharePoint 2010 Solution Development: Combining .NET, SharePoint, and Office 2010 [NOOK Book]

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This book takes a practical problem-solution approach to common business challenges. You’ll not only encounter interesting code samples, but also see how to combine these examples with the Microsoft collaboration platform’s services. The book’s solutions focus on using Visual Studio 2008 and its built-in Office development tools to construct the user interface layer. And solutions can interact with SharePoint as a service provider, taking advantage of SharePoint’s many collaboration features like document ...

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Pro SharePoint 2010 Solution Development: Combining .NET, SharePoint, and Office 2010

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Overview

This book takes a practical problem-solution approach to common business challenges. You’ll not only encounter interesting code samples, but also see how to combine these examples with the Microsoft collaboration platform’s services. The book’s solutions focus on using Visual Studio 2008 and its built-in Office development tools to construct the user interface layer. And solutions can interact with SharePoint as a service provider, taking advantage of SharePoint’s many collaboration features like document repositories, collaboration sites, and search functions.


This book is unique because it starts with challenges that end users deal with every day when using the Microsoft collaboration platform to support business processes. The solutions are presented as hypothetical business challenges of a fictional company. By presenting the examples in this context, author Ed Hild makes it easier to relate to the challenges and solution value. The goal of these examples is to build applications that apply the benefits of the Office desktop interface to the richness of SharePoint collaboration features. This book will help you develop real-world solutions to complex business problems and challenges.


What you’ll learn

  • Delve into an end-to-end walkthrough in each chapter of a practical business challenge.

  • See code samples, user interface design, and platform integration all in the context of real-world problems.

  • Discover custom code and implementation advice for popular Office and SharePoint features like custom web parts, Office add-ins, SharePoint features, workflow, the Business Data Catalog, Outlook form regions, the Office Open XML file format, and more.


Who this book is for


This book is of great value to intermediate and advanced developers working on enterprise applications based on the Microsoft Office or SharePoint systems, or working on integration projects with third-party vendors.


Table of Contents

  1. Office Business Applications  

  2. SharePoint 2010: Overview and New Features  

  3. SharePoint Development with Visual Studio 2010  

  4. Microsoft Office Overview for Developers  

  5. Beyond the Spreadsheet  

  6. Merging SharePoint List Data into Word Documents  

  7. Automating Document Assembly  

  8. Extending PowerPoint to Build a Presentation 8: Based on Site Content  

  9. Building a Presentation Server-Side within a Web Part  

  10. Surfacing Line-of-Business Data in Outlook  

  11. Site Provisioning Workflows  

  12. Rapid SharePoint Application Development Using Access  

  13. Using Visio Services to Visualize Data  

  14. Building Mashups  

  15. Realizing the Vision


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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781430227823
  • Publisher: Apress
  • Publication date: 6/14/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 392
  • File size: 15 MB
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Meet the Author

Ed Hild's first job after college was as a math and computer science teacher at Walt Whitman High School in Bethesda, Maryland. After upgrading the curriculum, he decided to practice what he was teaching and moved into consulting. Ed soon felt the teaching itch again, and took a position teaching MCSD and MCSE courses for a technical education center as well as developing the software that would run the franchise. Ed gained most of his development experience at his next position as director of technology at e.magination, a Microsoft partner in Baltimore. There, he worked for several years building web applications for a wide variety of customers using Microsoft technologies. He was then lured to Microsoft and now works as the collaboration technology architect in the Microsoft Technology Center in Reston, Virginia.
Chad Wach is a solutions architect on the Microsoft federal civilian team, focused on helping Microsoft's federal customers and partners understand and take full advantage of the Microsoft platform. He holds a bachelor of science degree in computer science and a master of science degree in software engineering; this, with his more than 15 years of working with the Microsoft platform, enables him to provide insight and direction in how to use SharePoint and Office as a foundation for building line of business applications in the Enterprise.
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