Overview

SharePoint is gaining recognition as a full-fledged application server with many features and enhancements that specifically allow non-developers to create sophisticated intranet sites. However, with the 2010 release, Microsoft’s SharePoint increasingly becomes a compelling development platform. The strong application programming interface (API), its highly extensible nature, and its foundation on the underlying .NET Framework all generate “the perfect storm” to make it one of ...

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SharePoint 2010 as a Development Platform

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Overview

SharePoint is gaining recognition as a full-fledged application server with many features and enhancements that specifically allow non-developers to create sophisticated intranet sites. However, with the 2010 release, Microsoft’s SharePoint increasingly becomes a compelling development platform. The strong application programming interface (API), its highly extensible nature, and its foundation on the underlying .NET Framework all generate “the perfect storm” to make it one of the most powerful web development platforms available.

However, with power comes complexity. The wide range of usage scenarios make it difficult for developers to grasp the full ability of this next-generation platform. This book takes an in-depth, all-encompassing approach to programming concepts, the extensibility interfaces, and how to embrace SharePoint as a toolkit full of features available to web developers.

  • Take an in-depth look into the internals of SharePoint.
  • Create sophisticated applications using SharePoint controls and databases.
  • Understand the API and use in conjunction with ASP.NET to extend SharePoint.

SharePoint is more than a portal and more than an intranet. Harness its capabilities and put it to work for you.

What you’ll learn
  • The hierarchy of SharePoint’s API
  • How to create rich, extensible, and broad SharePoint applications
  • How to use SharePoint’s internals
  • How to approach SharePoint as an open toolkit rather than a closed, intranet-only model
  • How to take advantage of SharePoint’s extensibility and customize its behavior
Who this book is for

This book is for ASP.NET developers who want to create applications using SharePoint as a platform. It’s also for users of SharePoint Designer that want to professionalize their development work.

Table of Contents
  1. Developer Basics  
  2. Architecture 
  3. Accessing the API 
  4. Data Access  
  5. External Data Access 
  6. Web Parts 
  7. Templates  
  8. Application Techniques  
  9. Solution Deployment 
  10. Extending the User Interface  
  11. Using Web Controls 
  12. Client Programming 
  13. Integrating Silverlight 
  14. Integrating Charts and Maps  
  15. Forms Services and InfoPath
  16. Workflows
  17. Administrative Tasks 
  18. Enterprise Features 
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781430227076
  • Publisher: Apress
  • Publication date: 6/29/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1164
  • File size: 35 MB
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Meet the Author

Joerg Krause has been working with software and software technology since the early 1980s, starting with a ZX-81 and taking the first steps using BASIC and assembler language. He studied information technology at Humboldt University Berlin, Germany, but left early to start his own operation in the 1990s. He is the author of several books about Online Marketing, PHP, ASP.NET, and SharePoint. He s MCP for .NET technology and SharePoint development. He currently works as a freelance consultant and software developer for Microsoft Technologies. Joerg can be reached at joerg@krause.net and you can get more information at http://www.joergkrause.de.
Christian Langhirt has been working with information technology since the early 1990s. He starts running his own software development business in 1998 at the age of 18. In addition to his own company, he studied information technologies at the University for Applied Sciences Ravensburg-Weingarten in Germany. After that, he received his mater of science degree at Technische Universit t M nchen. He currently works as a senior consultant at Computacenter AG and leads a highly skilled consulting team for Microsoft technologies.
Alexander Sterff works as a consultant for Microsoft Technologies at Computacenter AG. After many years of experience in object-oriented software development with Java and open source technologies, he started working with Microsoft products. Since then, he has participated in many different software projects, using his wide experience to guarantee their success. In the past, he became an expert in building solutions that leverage the full potential of Office SharePoint Server, BizTalk and InfoPath. Alexander received a bachelor's degree in informatics and a master's degree in information science, both at Technische Universit t M nchen.
Andrew Krause is the creator of OpenLDev, an integrated development environment that focuses on C, C++, Gtk+, and Gtkmm project management. He is attending Pennsylvania State University with a major in computer engineering. Andrew has eight years of experience with many computer and web programming languages such as C, C++, Perl, PHP, and others. He also designs flight hardware for the Low Ionosphere Measurement Satellite project at Penn State.
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